Sensory Friendly Days, Nasher Sculpture Center


February 25, 2021 to March 07, 2021


Nasher Sculpture Center View map
2001 Flora Street,
Dallas, TX, 75201

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Families with children who have sensory processing challenges, like those on the Autism spectrum, are invited to the Nasher for customized experiences intended to engage, nurture, and educate all types of learners.

The Nasher will be offering in-person Sensory-Friendly Days with free admission and self-directed activities Thursdays–Sundays, February 25–28 and March 4–7.

-Use the promo code SENSORY21 to redeem up to four free tickets during these days, open 11am–5pm, with a timed ticketing system designed to protect visitors' health. Kids 12 and younger are always free.
-Show this flyer at the Dallas Museum of Art parking garage for free parking
-Show this flyer at the Nasher front desk to receive a sensory activity kit that is yours to keep.

As part of the Dallas Sensory Consortium, the Nasher Sculpture Center hosts annual events, with content offered by partner institutions and participates at sensory events with constituent partners. Texas Woman’s University professors and graduate students lend their expertise in planning and facilitating events to ensure a positive experience for all.

-Dallas Museum of Art
-Dallas Public Library
-Dallas Zoo
-Frontiers of Flight Museum
-Texas Woman’s University School of Occupational Therapy

Note that visitors 2 and older will be required to wear a face covering mask. Families who do not feel comfortable visiting in-person are invited to explore online resources.
For questions email Lynda Wilbur at