The National Constitution Center offers a more accessible museum experience for individuals of all abilities and their families. Sensory-Friendly Sundays at the Center incorporate a variety of programs and learning techniques developed for visitors with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorders, intellectual disabilities, and other neurodevelopmental disabilities into the everyday visitor experience.
On Sensory-Friendly Sundays, we provide visitors with sensory processing challenges the opportunity to experience the museum in a secure and comfortable environment by providing emotionally safe spaces for families, modified programming for diverse sensory needs, and specialized staff training. Coming soon, the Center is also developing free pre-visit guides as a resource for visitors to access in advance of their trip to the Center.
Questions and requests for more information can be directed to Kristina Marinello, director of visitor experience, at [email protected].
Information about the Center’s accessibility policy can be found here.