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Ongoing Tampa Autism-Friendly Events

Use the dropdown menu below to check out other local Autism-friendly events and activities happening in the Tampa Bay, FL area!

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Day of Discovery at the Florida Aquarium

To address the needs of their diverse audiences, Day of Discovery at the Florida Aquarium has limited capacity and is reserved for families and children with sensory differences and/or accessibility challenges. Special effects, lights and music will be adapted for those with sensory differences. Day of Discovery is free for members and $10 for non-members.

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Legoland Orlando "Hero Pass"

Legoland is an Autism-friendly, fun-filled place that gives those with ASD a “Hero Pass” allowing them to avoid the lines. 

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Peppa Pig Theme Park Orlando

Peppa Pig is the first theme park to be recognized as a Certified Autism Center, making their entire park Autism-friendly.

View their sensory-friendly park guide by clicking below.

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Sensory Friendly Possibilities at Sky Zone

SkyZone often has sensory friendly events, time slots for little ones, and allows for private events which can be perfect for your child’s birthday party!

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Sensory Sensitive Sundays at Chuck-E-Cheese

Participating locations of Chuck-E-Cheese will open two hours early on the first Sunday of the month to offer a sensory-friendly experience for families.

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Special Olympics

The Special Olympics in Florida is always offering events, activities and ways to get out, get involved, and get active! 

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Summer Sensory Camps & Other Accommodations at MOSI

MOSI is an Autism-friendly organization and offers many accommodations and programs like Summer Sensory Camps.

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Sunshine Sunday at Glazer's Museum

Last Sunday of Each Month from 9:30am-1pm | $5 General Admission, free for GCM Members 

Sunshine Sunday is a special monthly event for children with special needs and their caregivers. Come explore the Glazer Museum with lights and sounds turned down and sensory-adapted tools, special programs, and community resources at your fingertips. It’s during this time that children and their families can experience the Museum and unite with others on a similar journey.

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