Events for March 2023
Sherlock Holmes exhibit, Minnesota History Museum – sensory friendly
Sensory Friendly Days are times when when people affiliated with AuSM can attend the museum for free. They include a quiet room, adjustable sound for some media pieces, t-coil, a social narrative, and sensory aware staff training.
Sensory Friendly Days are events designated for folks with autism. Museum galleries will be closed to the general public allowing visitors to enjoy the museum activities modified with neurodiversity in mind (examples: low volume for all media shows, signs with explanations of activities, allergy signs). At every site, participants can enjoy museum exhibits, short films, and hands-on activities. The events are 1-2 hours long, however families can extend their visit into regular museum open time. The events are by reservation only.
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Interested in sharing an event with the Minnesota autism community? You can share information on our submission form and we’ll post your event to our calendar!