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Sensory-Friendly Jump Park

Urban Air Adventure Park

  • Every First Sunday of the Month
  • 10am-12pm
  • Calm, dimmed lights and no loud music.
  • Cost: $29.99 for children and parents play for free.

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Miracle League of Chattanooga


  • Ages: 4-99
  • Games & Practice: Miracle League Complex at Warner Park in Chattanooga
  • Orientation: April 6 from 10 a.m. -12 p.m. at Rotary Field
  • Cost: $30 (Financial Assistance Available)
  • Buddies will be provided to players for the Spring 2024 Season
  • For information on becoming a Buddy during the season, or for information on Fundraiser Tournament, email Robin Sturnes at Register Here!

Sensory-Friendly Concert Series

SAT | MAY 18, 2024 | 10:30AM

The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera presents FREE Sensory-Friendly Concerts with performances by their String or Wind Ensembles in a safe and accessible setting that allows for movement, vocalizations, and easy listening.

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Sensory-Friendly Aquarium

Tennessee Aquarium

Tennessee Aquarium has partnered with KultureCity to improve their ability to assist and accommodate guests with sensory needs by providing Quiet Rooms, Sensory Bags, Weighted Lap Pads at IMAX, and Social Stories to help plan your Aquarium visit.

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Sensory-Friendly Zoo

Chattanooga Zoo

The Chattanooga Zoo has partnered with KultureCity to develop the Sensory Inclusive Zoo Initiative to improve our ability to serve guests with sensory processing needs. We have officially been designated a “sensory inclusive facility.

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Sensory-Friendly Studio

Hunter Museum of Art

Visit the Hunter Museum of Art for a low sensory painting class taught by local abstract artist, Aly Manno. Price is $20 and participants will get to explore the Hunter’s latest exhibition before returning to the studio for a beginner friendly painting session.

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Sensory-Friendly Films

Majestic 12 Theatre

AMC offers unique movie showings where they turn the lights up, and turn the sound down, so you can get up, dance, walk, shout or sing! Their Sensory Friendly Film program is available on the second and fourth Saturday (family-friendly) and Wednesday evenings (mature audiences) of every month. Please check your local theatre listings for specific showtimes.

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Sensory-Friendly Planetarium Shows

Adventure Science Center

Their sensory-friendly planetarium shows are great for guests with Autism spectrum disorder, sensory sensitivities, or young children. Everyone is welcome… even if you don’t have sensory needs.

  • Dim lights on to avoid darkness.
  • Keep volume low to reduce loud sounds.
  • Have relaxed house rules—it’s okay to make noise and move around the theater.
  • Limit capacity for reduced crowds.

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Sensory-Friendly Zoo

Nashville Zoo

The sensory-friendly map, available as a PDF, provides valuable information by highlighting areas within the Zoo that may be loud, crowded, or have strong odors, while also identifying Quiet Areas for visitors with sensory sensitivities.

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