Upcoming: MoPoP Autism Morning program
On Sunday, January 27th from 8-10am the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPoP) will be hosting their Autism Mornings program. This event allows members of the ASD spectrum and their families free early access to the museum with special sensory accommodations made to ensure an enjoyable museum experience for participants. In order to provide lower sensory experiences for kids with ASD and their families, there will be lower sounds and lighting in exhibits like the Lounge, Demo Lab and Learning Labs.
Other galleries that will be open include the Sound Lab, Science Fiction + Fantasy
Hall of Fame, Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses, Indie Game Revolution and Sky Church.
Doors will open at 8am with activities beginning at 8:30am. Admission to the museum is free with RSVP at https://store.mopop.org/auxiliary/Reserve.aspx?p=17853
Reservations are required and there is limited availability so be sure to RSVP soon!
If you aren’t able to attend this event, note that the MoPoP hosts ASD Mornings two to three times a year. Check their upcoming events page for updates on when they will be putting on ASD Mornings next at https://www.mopop.org/events