Georgia Symphony Orchestra

These sensory friendly events and performances allow children to enjoy spaces by encouraging movement and lessening distractions.

A Year with Frog and Toad at Woodstock Arts

Watch Frog and Toad’s friendship endure throughout the season as they plant gardens, swim, rake leaves, go sledding and learn life lessons along the way. June 10.

Sensory-Friendly Viewings of Immersive Disney Animation

Audience members in need of sensory-friendly accommodations can enjoy Disney with reduced sound volume, reduced capacity, comfortable gallery lighting, sensitivity warnings and quiet areas. June 24, July 22 and Aug. 26.

Sensory Friendly Afternoons at The Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History

This sensory-friendly environment allows children to explore the “General” locomotive, see the Civil War collection, enjoy hands-on and interactive exhibits in the Jolley Education Center and more. Held the last Tuesday of each month from 2-5 p.m. June 27, July 25 and Aug. 29.

Sensory Friendly Mornings at Tellus Science Museum

Exclusive events for individuals with different sensory processing skills. These mornings include less crowded environments, reduced wait times, less extreme light and sounds, designated Quiet Spaces, additional signage, name tags for children and a free planetarium experience. You can also download social story guides. July 8-9.

Matilda at Woodstock Arts

Young Matilda has an astonishing wit, intelligence and psychokinetic powers that she uses to save herself from her cruel parents and the mean headmistress, Miss Trunchbull. July 15.

Old Macdonald’s Farm at Center for Puppetry Arts

Guests with sensory sensitivities and other developmental differences can still enjoy puppet performances in a fun, comfortable and welcoming environment with their Puppets for All! programming. July 30.

Georgia Symphony’s Sensory Friendly Concert at Marietta Performing Arts Center

Limited seating and carefully crafted selections of music allow audience members to enjoy classical music. Nov. 11.

Chuck E. Cheese

This popular play place holds Sensory Sensitive Sundays for children with autism and special sensory needs. These special days will include a quieter environment, dimmed lighting, music turned down, no admission fees and more. Find participating metro locations here.

AMC Sensory Friendly Films

The Sensory Friendly Film program is available on the second and fourth Saturday of every month for family-friendly movies with the lights up and the sound down. Participating Atlanta theatres: AMC Parkway Pointe and AMC Sugarloaf Mills.

Sensory Friendly Sessions at Children’s Museum of Atlanta

Children can explore and enjoy the museum on select Sunday mornings with a sensory modified setting, limited admission and sound and lighting adjustments. Advance ticket purchase required. No current dates scheduled.

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