Minnesota Children’s Museum in St. Paul, MN
Minnesota Children's Museum sought advisement from a disability and inclusion expert from the University of Minnesota to develop a full-inclusion program for all visiting families. The museum has put helpful information on its website in the form of sensory-friendly tips. These tips include the calmest times to visit the museum, the most convenient entrance and exit, and areas in the museum that have some of its lowest visual stimulation levels. Onsite at the museum, visitors can find comfort rooms (quiet break rooms), trained museum experience assistants, and adaptive equipment such as noise-reducing headphones, timers, a visual schedule, and universal cuffs.