Children’s Museum of Cleveland
This children's museum has worked with Monarch Center for Autism's Welcoming Spaces program to develop various customized supports for adult and child visitors with autism spectrum disorder and developmental, sensory, and learning differences. The museum has put in a sensory-friendly room on its first floor, where guests can go to unwind and take a break. Other offerings range from call-ahead accommodations (in which families can inquire about entering the museum without experiencing a waiting line) to ticket desk tool kits (where they can pick up noise-canceling headphones or sensory toys). And on their website, find visual schedules for planning long or short visits or make your own via a template.