The wonders of International Drive’s upside-down attraction will be more accessible to kids and adults on the autism spectrum during upcoming Sensory Nights at Wonderworks in Orlando.
WonderWorks Orlando will host three Sensory Nights over the next three months. During these scheduled times, all exhibits will altered to provide limited stimulation for adults and children with special needs, such as autism spectrum disorders. Music is lowered, exhibits with loud noises or bright lights will be non-operational, and the inversion tunnel entrance will be turned off. The intention is to “create an inviting environment for kids to enjoy the educational and fun aspects of WonderWorks without feeling too overwhelmed.”
Sensory Nights are currently scheduled for 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Nov. 16, 2017; Jan. 18, 2018; and Feb. 22, 2018. Admission is open to all guests, including parents, caretakers, family, and children. All tickets will be $10 during these events.
Wonderworks Orlando, a walk-through interactive “amusement park for the mind,” is located at 9067 International Drive. For more information visit wonderworksonline.com, and watch these videos from the attraction: