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Sensory Friendly Day

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September 22, 2019

10am-5pm.

Connecticut Science Center

Hartford

All Ages

$16.95; $14 in advance; free for 1:1 aides

Event description:

Everyone should be able to enjoy the Science Center. That’s why the Connecticut Science Center is lowering the volume and dimming the lights for their friends with sensory disabilities. All who will benefit from a quieter environment are invited as special guests for the day! All visitors will get the fun of the Connecticut Science Center plus tons of great activities, arts & crafts, and LIVE Science Demonstrations without the usual loud sounds and bright lights. Create sensory lava lamps with our Teen Innovation Staff and explore more than 165 hands-on exhibits. Sensory Friendly Day is presented by the Miracle League of Connecticut. 

Address: 250 Columbus Boulevard
Hartford, CT 6103
Phone: 860-520-2112
Website: ctsciencecenter.org

About Connecticut Science Center


With 150 hands-on exhibits, a state-of-the-art 3D digital theater, four educational labs, plus daily programs and events, the Connecticut Science Center offers endless exploration for children, teens, and adults. From physics to forensics, geology to astronomy, visitors have the sciences at their fingertips.

The implications for Connecticut's science education are promising. The Science Center offers exciting tools to help educators and parents bring textbooks to life. Creating unforgettable experiences with science motivates students and visitors of all ages to enthusiastically embrace science at school, at home, and in their communities.

With an attraction of this magnitude, exhibits rivaling the most unique in the world, programs with the potential to become national models, partnerships with a range of educational organizations, and involvement from global business leaders and benefactors, the Science Center is Connecticut's premier destination for informal science learning, and is well on its way to becoming the state's foremost Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) resource.