Download our free apps to help plan your personalized visit to museums, zoos, aquariums, ballparks, and other awesome places near you and around the world!
Field for All
Personalize your visit to the Field Museum and the Crown Family PlayLab. The Field for All app helps families and groups, including visitors with autism and disabilities, plan their visit with resources like exhibition previews, a customizable schedule, and a sensory-friendly map of the space.
The Long Island Children’s Museum offers 14 interactive exhibits plus live theater, art spaces and daily activities to provide hours of discovery for children of all ages. Start planning your visit now using the free LICM4all app!
Come explore Houston Museum of Natural Science’s 4 floors of exhibits! The Museum is home to the Burke Baker Planetarium, Wortham GIANT Screen Theatre, Cockrell Butterfly Center and a fascinating variety of permanent exhibit areas that examine astronomy, space science, Native American culture, paleontology, energy, chemistry, gems and minerals, seashells, Texas wildlife and much more.
The MOXI app was developed to help all families, especially those with disabilities or young children, to prepare for a day at the museum. In the app, you’ll be able to learn more about our exhibits, create your own schedule for the day, play MOXI memory, and check out features like our sensory-friendly map and insider tips.
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A day spent at Milwaukee Public Museum is guaranteed fun — adventures await you around every corner! We’ve got everything you need to make a day of it, from convenient parking to a great cafe, to a marketplace filled with unique items and gifts from around the world. Catch a 3D show and Planetarium program in the Dome Theater, visit your favorite of our famous dioramas, or experience something new by taking in a lecture, traveling exhibition, or interactive education program.
Chicago White Sox Kids’ Corner
Download the free MLB.com Ballpark app and check out the Kids’ Corner to play games and learn about White Sox history. This is a fun and interactive way to introduce your child to the White Sox. From sections on retired jersey numbers to puzzles and memory, this app is good for kids of all ages.
Part of Minnesota Zoo‘s ZooUnlimited initiative, MNZoo4All ensures that everyone – people of all cultures, communities, abilities, background and means – should have equal chance to connect with the natural world in amazing ways.
Sensory Friendly KC Zoo
The Sensory Friendly Kansas City Zoo app was designed for all guests including those with disabilities and their families or school groups, to fully engage in the Zoo experience.
A world of discovery awaits at the Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry. Kids can race boats down rapids, climb aboard a Lowcountry pirate ship and drive an antique fire truck. At CML, play inspires creativity and encourages lifelong exploration of the world around us.
Design an inclusive and personalized visit to the Thomas Hughes Children’s Library at Chicago Public Library’s main library, Harold Washington Library Center! A sensory friendly map and customizable schedule help to prepare you for your visit. Tips, social guides, communication supports, visuals, and a timer help create a fun visit for all patrons.
Prepare for a visit to the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport by watching videos about different parts of the airport, reading social narratives, creating your own airport schedule, playing MSP matching, checking out insider tips, and more!
PMA for All
The PMA for All app was developed to help families, especially young children and kids with disabilities, prepare for a day at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. With the app, you’ll be able to learn more about our exhibits, create your own schedule for the day, play PMA Memory, and check out features like insider tips and our sensory-friendly map.
Sensory Friendly Navy Pier
The Sensory NP app was developed to help families, especially young children and kids with disabilities, prepare for a day at Navy Pier. With the app, you’ll be able to learn more about Navy Pier, create your own schedule for the day, play the Navy Pier matching game and check out features like insider tips and our sensory-friendly map.
Access Houston Airports
Access Houston Airports app helps all passengers, especially those with autism or other sensory needs, feel prepared and confident traveling through IAH and HOU airports. Follow our narrated step-by-step guides to understand the process of flying through our airports; create a customized picture schedule for your day of travel; tap one of the picture icons to ask for help; take a break playing the airport matching game; find your favorite airport restaurants using our interactive terminal maps; and more.
Millennium Park for All
Millennium Park is a free and inclusive public space that has come to represent the cultural heart of Chicago. Millennium Park For All was developed to help families, especially those with disabilities or young children, prepare for a day at the park. In the app, you can learn about the spaces, create your own schedule for the day, play a Millennium Park matching game, and check out features like the sensory friendly map and insider tips.
Fly for All – Alaska Airlines
Alaska Airlines has partnered with Infiniteach to create Fly for All, an app for families who fly. Designed for first-time flyers, kids traveling alone as unaccompanied minors, or guests with cognitive and developmental disabilities including autism, Fly for All helps take the anxiety out of air travel by walking them through the steps needed to get ready to fly.