Play Without Boundaries
Please join us for Play Without Boundaries. At this event, the Please Touch Museum is adapted to provide a relaxed environment for individuals with autism, learning differences, and other sensory or communication needs.
Our Accommodations for Play Without Boundaries include:
- The museum is closed to the general public and has fewer visitors
- Low-level lighting and a quieter museum experience
- Tools to enhance your visit, including Social Stories & Quiet Zones
- Programming with educators who have received autism sensitivity training
- Community partners with resources for families and individuals with autism
- Relaxed Performances in the Please Touch Playhouse
Click on the links below to Pre-Register for our next event!
For more information on Play Without Boundaries and how to register email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to our Play Without Boundaries sponsors
Gerry Lenfest Legacy Fund of The Philadelphia Foundation, Macy’s, & TD Bank
Please Touch Museum partners with organizations and agencies to make our museum accessible to visitors of every age.
If you are interested in partnering with us for a Play Without Boundaries event, or to learn more about accessibility at Please Touch Museum please contact email@example.com or call 215-581-3181.
Designated Therapists and/or Caregivers
One complimentary admission ticket will be issued at the request of the identified care provider or personal care attendant who is aiding a paid visitor or member who requires medical or physical assistance during their visit.
The care provider must request the complimentary ticket at the time of visitor or member admission. This complimentary ticket is available to the caregiver only when accompanying the visitor or member in need during the actual visit.
Designated parking spaces are available in our visitor’s parking lot close to the building.
Service animals are always welcome.
Wheelchairs are available in adult sizes, free of charge, at the Admissions desk on the first floor. An ID will be held until wheelchair is returned at the end of your visit. The entire Museum is accessible, including bathrooms, water fountains and the Carousel. The elevator in Roadside Attractions serves each of the Museum’s two floors. Ramps are located at the front entrance to the Museum and in River Adventures.
Strollers are welcome in the Museum and may be parked in our self-service coatroom. The entire museum is stroller accessible.
Our Nursing Room is located on the ground floor of the Museum.
Restrooms are located on each floor.
Sensory Resources are available at the admissions desk. Guests can check out a fidget toy, noise-reducing headphones, or sunglasses. If you need a quiet space at any time during your visit, contact a staff member or visit the Admissions desk and they will direct you to the closest Quiet Zone tent. A social story is available for our temporary exhibit America to Zanzibar.
First Aid Kits are available throughout the museum. If you would like access to one, our floor staff can direct you to the closest one. You may also store your medical equipment or medications at the admissions desk at any time during your visit.