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Aug
15

Minnesota History Center features Sensory-Friendly Night on Sept. 17

MNHistoryCtrImage2019The 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.

Click here for information on parking and accessibility, including the Minnesota History Center's social narrative. Click here for more information and to register.