WonderWorks Sensory Nights: 1/18/18 & 2/22/18
WonderWorks Pigeon Forge is set to continue their Sensory Nights program for January and February. During WonderWorks Sensory Nights, the museum of the mind provides limited stimulation for children and adults with special needs. Music gets turned down, loud exhibits and flashing lights are turned off, and the inversion tunnel is deactivated.
This provides a safe, quiet, and relaxing environment while offering all the imaginative wonder of an every day WonderWorks experience. The museum hosted its first Sensory Night on November 16th, to great success. Folks who attended expressed their appreciation for WonderWorks in their efforts to provide accessiblity for everyone. WonderWorks is well-known for their dedication to accessibility, as is the entire Smokies region. We work hard in the Smoky Mountains to make sure everyone can enjoy an amazing experience.
Missed our November Sensory Night? No worries! We’re having another one on January 18th. Click on the link to find out the details
Dates and Times for WonderWorks Sensory Nights
You can check out WonderWork’s Sensory Nights January 18th, 2018, and February 22, 2018 from 4:00 pm until 8:00 pm. Parents, caretakers, family, and children can come to WonderWorks for the event for only $10!
Check out this livestream from WonderWorks, where they talk about Sensory Nights and other awesome events that the museum hosts:
WonderWorks is hosting it's very first Sensory Night! On November 16, from 4pm-8pm WonderWorks will provide limited stimulation for adults and children with special needs. Music, loud exhibits, and flashing lights will be turned off. Click on this link to find out more!
Posted by WonderWorks Pigeon Forge on Friday, October 27, 2017
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