Sensory-Friendly Sunday on June 23

Sunday, June 23, 2019, 12 – 5 p.m.

Included with general admission

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. 

Free, pre-visit guides are available for the general museum experience as well as the Freedom Rising Show.

Questions and requests for more information can be directed to Kristina Marinello, director of visitor experience, at [email protected].

Additional Sensory-Friendly Sunday dates for 2019 include August 25 and December 8.

Information about the Center’s accessibility policy can be found here

The National Constitution Center is a partner with the ACCESS Admission Program, through Art-Reach.

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