Minnesota History Center features Sensory-Friendly Night on Sept. 17
The Minnesota History Center is presenting a FREE sensory-friendly night on Sept. 17 from 6-8 p.m., held while the museum is open to the general public. Through inspiring exhibits, thought-provoking programs, and action-packed discovery, the History Center feeds your curiosity about Minnesota’s stories, people, and places. Open now, "First Ave: Stories of Minnesota's Mainroom," is an immersive exhibit that provides you with the sights and sounds of this legendary club. Practice packing a tour bus or snap a picture with your own star in the gallery as you discover what it feels like to be a musician.
Note that public attendance typically is light on September evenings. On Sept. 17, staff will be available to direct visitors to hands-on activities and provide directions to quiet spaces. Noise cancelling headphones will be available on request from the front desk.