Group Events for...
Teens (Ages 13-17)

  • Creative Expeditions at Nassau County Museum of Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Family Program
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    A program for children with Autism & their families Ages 5-12 years – Program Dates: Tuesdays  4:00-5:15  $250.00  for 10 sessions September 20, October 18, November 29, December 13, March 28, April 25, May 9 & 23, June 6 & 13  This program gives families a chance to witness their child experience success in a…

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  • Teen Compass at the Nassau County Museum of Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Family Program
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)

    Building Social and Vocational Skills for Teens and Young Adults with Autism through Art – based Workshops – Teens and Young Adults Ages 13 -21 Program Dates: Tuesdays  4:00-5:15 $250.00 for 10 sessions September 27, October 25, December 6, December 20, April 4, May 2, 16 & 30, June 6 & 13 During this workshop series,…

    Read More
  • ASL Interpretation at NY Transit Museum

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • All ages

    The Museum offers free American sign language interpretation for all programs upon request. Requests must be made at least two weeks in advance. Requests for offsite tours and excursions must be made at the time of ticket purchase.

    Read More
  • ​Inclusive WEE, for children with Physical Disabilities (ages 7 and under) & their Families

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Preschoolers (Ages 3-4)

    CMA’s Inclusive Weekend Classes provide a free opportunity for children with physical disabilities, and their family and friends. CMA Teaching Artists are supported by Evaluators licensed in Occupational Therapy. This program is based on a class-like model in which the teaching artists and specialists work to facilitate the group experience, with a keen eye towards…

    Read More
  • Wyckoff House Museum Visits for Adult Groups with Special Needs

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Hearing Loss
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Memory Loss
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Explore the architecture, history, and culture of New York City’s oldest house on a guided group tour led by one our trained Museum staff. These tours are for adult groups with at least 10 people, generally last around one hour, and can be tailored to meet the interests and needs of your group.  Guided tours for groups…

    Read More
  • King Manor Museum Welcomes Adult Special Needs Groups

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Group homes, Day-hab, and other adult special needs groups are invited to plan a trip to King Manor! Options include guided tours of King Manor and special hands-on workshops. Reservations are required for organized special needs groups, regardless of group size. Tours and activities can be customized for groups with high, moderate, and low-functionality. Please…

    Read More
  • All Hands

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Modified programs for adults with disabilities. These 60- to 90-minute educator-led multi-sensory explorations of the Intrepid Museum are specifically modified to meet the academic or social-emotional goals for the visit. Program themes include, but are not limited to: Life at Sea Learn what it took to be one of the approximately 3,000 crew members living…

    Read More
  • Exploring Artism at the Yale Center for British Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    A free program for families with children 5 to 12 years of age on the autism spectrum. Families learn to look and respond to art work in the museum’s galleries with a follow-up art project in a museum classroom, and much more. While we have taken into account the needs of individuals on the autism…

    Read More
  • Access Programs for Children and Adults

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Enjoy our spacious and spectacular sanctuary! We offer welcoming, accessible programming for children and adults on the autism spectrum and with diverse needs and abilities. Join us for school programs on Jewish holidays, Shapes and Colors, Immigration History. All programs are offered in our beautiful, peaceful space and incorporate touch objects, movement, music, and an…

    Read More
  • Guggenheim for All

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Introducing the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum’s new sequential program series, which serves students with autism spectrum disorders. Each program is specially designed for the specific needs of the group, and includes two classroom visits by a museum educator and a museum visit for the class. Program goals: Provides a developmentally sound museum and art making…

    Read More
  • Guided Gallery Experiences

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Hearing Loss
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    MOCA offers tours and educational programs that are adapted to meet the specific needs of your group. To schedule a group visit and to request accommodations and services (at least 4 weeks advance notice recommended), please call (917) 484-4147 or email education@mocanyc.org. Examples of our offerings include: Enhanced sensory tours for students with developmental or…

    Read More
  • ASL Interpretation (Upon Request)

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    American Sign Language interpretation is available for all public tours and programs, upon advance request. Please contact access@intrepidmuseum.org at least two weeks prior to the program. ASL interpretation is provided at no additional charge.

    Read More
  • All Hands

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Modified programs for children with social, emotional, physical, cognitive and sensory disabilities. These 60- to 90-minute educator-led multi-sensory explorations of the Intrepid Museum are specifically modified to meet the academic or social-emotional goals for the visit. Program themes include, but are not limited to: Life at Sea Learn what it took to be one of…

    Read More
  • Verbal Description/Touch Tours

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    For visitors who are blind or have low vision, educators lead tours that incorporate verbal description, guided touch of aircraft, models and tactile images. To schedule a private verbal description/touch tour, please contact access@intrepidmuseum.org or 646-381-5182 at least two weeks prior to the visit.   Limited funding is available for school groups  for an educator to…

    Read More
  • ASL Tours

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    American Sign Language (ASL) tours are offered for visitors in the ASL community. Private group ASL tours of The Jewish Museum are available for a minimum of five people with at least two weeks’ notice. For more information, or to register for a tour, please call 212.423.3225 or email access@thejm.org. Relay calls are welcome. All Access…

    Read More
  • Travel Training Program

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Offered for adults and students with developmental and/or learning disabilities, this program is an introduction to independent subway travel in the safe environment of our subway station museum. Adults and students with developmental and/or learning disabilities experience all aspects of riding the subway – from mapping a route to buying MetroCards to negotiating various scenarios onboard a…

    Read More
  • Subway Sleuths for 2nd-5th graders with Autism

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Subway Sleuths is a program offered for 2nd-5th grade students on the autism spectrum who have a passion for trains and transit and can use their language to share experiences and interests. Please email meredith.martin@nyct.com or call 718-694-1823 for more information.

    Read More
  • Tour The Building Private Tours for Visitors who have Autism

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Private tours for visitors on the autism spectrum and their families are available with at least two weeks advanced notice for Tour the Building programs. These tours can take place on Monday, Tuesday, or Sunday before the museum opens or after the final public tour departs to ensure there are fewer people in our small…

    Read More
  • Tour the Building – ASL

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Toddlers (Ages 1-3)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    The Tenement Museum’s deaf educator, Alexandria Wailes leads Tour the Building programs with advanced notice. If you have a group of five or more individuals, schedule a group ASL tour by contacting the Education Associate for Access by phone at 212-431-0233 x. 273 or e-mail ezeira@tenement.org. Due to the generosity of the NYC Department of Cultural…

    Read More
  • Tour the Building Touch Tours

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Combine any of our Tour the Building program with handling objects, verbal imaging and an architectural model of 97 Orchard. These private group programs are only available for groups of five or more people, and must be booked in advance by contacting the Lower East Side Tenement Museum at 212-431-0233 extension 273. Due to the…

    Read More
  • Creative Expeditions at Nassau County Museum of Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Family Program
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    A program for children with Autism & their families Ages 5-12 years – Program Dates: Tuesdays  4:00-5:15  $250.00  for 10 sessions September 20, October 18, November 29, December 13, March 28, April 25, May 9 & 23, June 6 & 13  This program gives families a chance to witness their child experience success in a…

    Read More
  • Teen Compass at the Nassau County Museum of Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Family Program
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)

    Building Social and Vocational Skills for Teens and Young Adults with Autism through Art – based Workshops – Teens and Young Adults Ages 13 -21 Program Dates: Tuesdays  4:00-5:15 $250.00 for 10 sessions September 27, October 25, December 6, December 20, April 4, May 2, 16 & 30, June 6 & 13 During this workshop series,…

    Read More
  • ASL Interpretation at NY Transit Museum

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • All ages

    The Museum offers free American sign language interpretation for all programs upon request. Requests must be made at least two weeks in advance. Requests for offsite tours and excursions must be made at the time of ticket purchase.

    Read More
  • ​Inclusive WEE, for children with Physical Disabilities (ages 7 and under) & their Families

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Preschoolers (Ages 3-4)

    CMA’s Inclusive Weekend Classes provide a free opportunity for children with physical disabilities, and their family and friends. CMA Teaching Artists are supported by Evaluators licensed in Occupational Therapy. This program is based on a class-like model in which the teaching artists and specialists work to facilitate the group experience, with a keen eye towards…

    Read More
  • Wyckoff House Museum Visits for Adult Groups with Special Needs

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Hearing Loss
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Memory Loss
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Explore the architecture, history, and culture of New York City’s oldest house on a guided group tour led by one our trained Museum staff. These tours are for adult groups with at least 10 people, generally last around one hour, and can be tailored to meet the interests and needs of your group.  Guided tours for groups…

    Read More
  • King Manor Museum Welcomes Adult Special Needs Groups

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Group homes, Day-hab, and other adult special needs groups are invited to plan a trip to King Manor! Options include guided tours of King Manor and special hands-on workshops. Reservations are required for organized special needs groups, regardless of group size. Tours and activities can be customized for groups with high, moderate, and low-functionality. Please…

    Read More
  • All Hands

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Modified programs for adults with disabilities. These 60- to 90-minute educator-led multi-sensory explorations of the Intrepid Museum are specifically modified to meet the academic or social-emotional goals for the visit. Program themes include, but are not limited to: Life at Sea Learn what it took to be one of the approximately 3,000 crew members living…

    Read More
  • Exploring Artism at the Yale Center for British Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    A free program for families with children 5 to 12 years of age on the autism spectrum. Families learn to look and respond to art work in the museum’s galleries with a follow-up art project in a museum classroom, and much more. While we have taken into account the needs of individuals on the autism…

    Read More
  • Access Programs for Children and Adults

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Enjoy our spacious and spectacular sanctuary! We offer welcoming, accessible programming for children and adults on the autism spectrum and with diverse needs and abilities. Join us for school programs on Jewish holidays, Shapes and Colors, Immigration History. All programs are offered in our beautiful, peaceful space and incorporate touch objects, movement, music, and an…

    Read More
  • Guggenheim for All

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Introducing the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum’s new sequential program series, which serves students with autism spectrum disorders. Each program is specially designed for the specific needs of the group, and includes two classroom visits by a museum educator and a museum visit for the class. Program goals: Provides a developmentally sound museum and art making…

    Read More
  • Guided Gallery Experiences

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Hearing Loss
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    MOCA offers tours and educational programs that are adapted to meet the specific needs of your group. To schedule a group visit and to request accommodations and services (at least 4 weeks advance notice recommended), please call (917) 484-4147 or email education@mocanyc.org. Examples of our offerings include: Enhanced sensory tours for students with developmental or…

    Read More
  • ASL Interpretation (Upon Request)

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    American Sign Language interpretation is available for all public tours and programs, upon advance request. Please contact access@intrepidmuseum.org at least two weeks prior to the program. ASL interpretation is provided at no additional charge.

    Read More
  • All Hands

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Modified programs for children with social, emotional, physical, cognitive and sensory disabilities. These 60- to 90-minute educator-led multi-sensory explorations of the Intrepid Museum are specifically modified to meet the academic or social-emotional goals for the visit. Program themes include, but are not limited to: Life at Sea Learn what it took to be one of…

    Read More
  • Verbal Description/Touch Tours

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    For visitors who are blind or have low vision, educators lead tours that incorporate verbal description, guided touch of aircraft, models and tactile images. To schedule a private verbal description/touch tour, please contact access@intrepidmuseum.org or 646-381-5182 at least two weeks prior to the visit.   Limited funding is available for school groups  for an educator to…

    Read More
  • ASL Tours

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    American Sign Language (ASL) tours are offered for visitors in the ASL community. Private group ASL tours of The Jewish Museum are available for a minimum of five people with at least two weeks’ notice. For more information, or to register for a tour, please call 212.423.3225 or email access@thejm.org. Relay calls are welcome. All Access…

    Read More
  • Travel Training Program

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Offered for adults and students with developmental and/or learning disabilities, this program is an introduction to independent subway travel in the safe environment of our subway station museum. Adults and students with developmental and/or learning disabilities experience all aspects of riding the subway – from mapping a route to buying MetroCards to negotiating various scenarios onboard a…

    Read More
  • Subway Sleuths for 2nd-5th graders with Autism

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Subway Sleuths is a program offered for 2nd-5th grade students on the autism spectrum who have a passion for trains and transit and can use their language to share experiences and interests. Please email meredith.martin@nyct.com or call 718-694-1823 for more information.

    Read More
  • Tour The Building Private Tours for Visitors who have Autism

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Private tours for visitors on the autism spectrum and their families are available with at least two weeks advanced notice for Tour the Building programs. These tours can take place on Monday, Tuesday, or Sunday before the museum opens or after the final public tour departs to ensure there are fewer people in our small…

    Read More
  • Tour the Building – ASL

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Toddlers (Ages 1-3)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    The Tenement Museum’s deaf educator, Alexandria Wailes leads Tour the Building programs with advanced notice. If you have a group of five or more individuals, schedule a group ASL tour by contacting the Education Associate for Access by phone at 212-431-0233 x. 273 or e-mail ezeira@tenement.org. Due to the generosity of the NYC Department of Cultural…

    Read More
  • Tour the Building Touch Tours

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Combine any of our Tour the Building program with handling objects, verbal imaging and an architectural model of 97 Orchard. These private group programs are only available for groups of five or more people, and must be booked in advance by contacting the Lower East Side Tenement Museum at 212-431-0233 extension 273. Due to the…

    Read More
  • Creative Expeditions at Nassau County Museum of Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Family Program
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    A program for children with Autism & their families Ages 5-12 years – Program Dates: Tuesdays  4:00-5:15  $250.00  for 10 sessions September 20, October 18, November 29, December 13, March 28, April 25, May 9 & 23, June 6 & 13  This program gives families a chance to witness their child experience success in a…

    Read More
  • Teen Compass at the Nassau County Museum of Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Family Program
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)

    Building Social and Vocational Skills for Teens and Young Adults with Autism through Art – based Workshops – Teens and Young Adults Ages 13 -21 Program Dates: Tuesdays  4:00-5:15 $250.00 for 10 sessions September 27, October 25, December 6, December 20, April 4, May 2, 16 & 30, June 6 & 13 During this workshop series,…

    Read More
  • ASL Interpretation at NY Transit Museum

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • All ages

    The Museum offers free American sign language interpretation for all programs upon request. Requests must be made at least two weeks in advance. Requests for offsite tours and excursions must be made at the time of ticket purchase.

    Read More
  • ​Inclusive WEE, for children with Physical Disabilities (ages 7 and under) & their Families

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Preschoolers (Ages 3-4)

    CMA’s Inclusive Weekend Classes provide a free opportunity for children with physical disabilities, and their family and friends. CMA Teaching Artists are supported by Evaluators licensed in Occupational Therapy. This program is based on a class-like model in which the teaching artists and specialists work to facilitate the group experience, with a keen eye towards…

    Read More
  • Wyckoff House Museum Visits for Adult Groups with Special Needs

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Hearing Loss
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Memory Loss
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Explore the architecture, history, and culture of New York City’s oldest house on a guided group tour led by one our trained Museum staff. These tours are for adult groups with at least 10 people, generally last around one hour, and can be tailored to meet the interests and needs of your group.  Guided tours for groups…

    Read More
  • King Manor Museum Welcomes Adult Special Needs Groups

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Group homes, Day-hab, and other adult special needs groups are invited to plan a trip to King Manor! Options include guided tours of King Manor and special hands-on workshops. Reservations are required for organized special needs groups, regardless of group size. Tours and activities can be customized for groups with high, moderate, and low-functionality. Please…

    Read More
  • All Hands

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Modified programs for adults with disabilities. These 60- to 90-minute educator-led multi-sensory explorations of the Intrepid Museum are specifically modified to meet the academic or social-emotional goals for the visit. Program themes include, but are not limited to: Life at Sea Learn what it took to be one of the approximately 3,000 crew members living…

    Read More
  • Exploring Artism at the Yale Center for British Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    A free program for families with children 5 to 12 years of age on the autism spectrum. Families learn to look and respond to art work in the museum’s galleries with a follow-up art project in a museum classroom, and much more. While we have taken into account the needs of individuals on the autism…

    Read More
  • Access Programs for Children and Adults

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Enjoy our spacious and spectacular sanctuary! We offer welcoming, accessible programming for children and adults on the autism spectrum and with diverse needs and abilities. Join us for school programs on Jewish holidays, Shapes and Colors, Immigration History. All programs are offered in our beautiful, peaceful space and incorporate touch objects, movement, music, and an…

    Read More
  • Guggenheim for All

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Introducing the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum’s new sequential program series, which serves students with autism spectrum disorders. Each program is specially designed for the specific needs of the group, and includes two classroom visits by a museum educator and a museum visit for the class. Program goals: Provides a developmentally sound museum and art making…

    Read More
  • Guided Gallery Experiences

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Hearing Loss
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    MOCA offers tours and educational programs that are adapted to meet the specific needs of your group. To schedule a group visit and to request accommodations and services (at least 4 weeks advance notice recommended), please call (917) 484-4147 or email education@mocanyc.org. Examples of our offerings include: Enhanced sensory tours for students with developmental or…

    Read More
  • ASL Interpretation (Upon Request)

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    American Sign Language interpretation is available for all public tours and programs, upon advance request. Please contact access@intrepidmuseum.org at least two weeks prior to the program. ASL interpretation is provided at no additional charge.

    Read More
  • All Hands

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Modified programs for children with social, emotional, physical, cognitive and sensory disabilities. These 60- to 90-minute educator-led multi-sensory explorations of the Intrepid Museum are specifically modified to meet the academic or social-emotional goals for the visit. Program themes include, but are not limited to: Life at Sea Learn what it took to be one of…

    Read More
  • Verbal Description/Touch Tours

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    For visitors who are blind or have low vision, educators lead tours that incorporate verbal description, guided touch of aircraft, models and tactile images. To schedule a private verbal description/touch tour, please contact access@intrepidmuseum.org or 646-381-5182 at least two weeks prior to the visit.   Limited funding is available for school groups  for an educator to…

    Read More
  • ASL Tours

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    American Sign Language (ASL) tours are offered for visitors in the ASL community. Private group ASL tours of The Jewish Museum are available for a minimum of five people with at least two weeks’ notice. For more information, or to register for a tour, please call 212.423.3225 or email access@thejm.org. Relay calls are welcome. All Access…

    Read More
  • Travel Training Program

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Offered for adults and students with developmental and/or learning disabilities, this program is an introduction to independent subway travel in the safe environment of our subway station museum. Adults and students with developmental and/or learning disabilities experience all aspects of riding the subway – from mapping a route to buying MetroCards to negotiating various scenarios onboard a…

    Read More
  • Subway Sleuths for 2nd-5th graders with Autism

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Subway Sleuths is a program offered for 2nd-5th grade students on the autism spectrum who have a passion for trains and transit and can use their language to share experiences and interests. Please email meredith.martin@nyct.com or call 718-694-1823 for more information.

    Read More
  • Tour The Building Private Tours for Visitors who have Autism

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Private tours for visitors on the autism spectrum and their families are available with at least two weeks advanced notice for Tour the Building programs. These tours can take place on Monday, Tuesday, or Sunday before the museum opens or after the final public tour departs to ensure there are fewer people in our small…

    Read More
  • Tour the Building – ASL

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Toddlers (Ages 1-3)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    The Tenement Museum’s deaf educator, Alexandria Wailes leads Tour the Building programs with advanced notice. If you have a group of five or more individuals, schedule a group ASL tour by contacting the Education Associate for Access by phone at 212-431-0233 x. 273 or e-mail ezeira@tenement.org. Due to the generosity of the NYC Department of Cultural…

    Read More
  • Tour the Building Touch Tours

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Combine any of our Tour the Building program with handling objects, verbal imaging and an architectural model of 97 Orchard. These private group programs are only available for groups of five or more people, and must be booked in advance by contacting the Lower East Side Tenement Museum at 212-431-0233 extension 273. Due to the…

    Read More
  • Creative Expeditions at Nassau County Museum of Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Family Program
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    A program for children with Autism & their families Ages 5-12 years – Program Dates: Tuesdays  4:00-5:15  $250.00  for 10 sessions September 20, October 18, November 29, December 13, March 28, April 25, May 9 & 23, June 6 & 13  This program gives families a chance to witness their child experience success in a…

    Read More
  • Teen Compass at the Nassau County Museum of Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Family Program
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)

    Building Social and Vocational Skills for Teens and Young Adults with Autism through Art – based Workshops – Teens and Young Adults Ages 13 -21 Program Dates: Tuesdays  4:00-5:15 $250.00 for 10 sessions September 27, October 25, December 6, December 20, April 4, May 2, 16 & 30, June 6 & 13 During this workshop series,…

    Read More
  • ASL Interpretation at NY Transit Museum

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • All ages

    The Museum offers free American sign language interpretation for all programs upon request. Requests must be made at least two weeks in advance. Requests for offsite tours and excursions must be made at the time of ticket purchase.

    Read More
  • ​Inclusive WEE, for children with Physical Disabilities (ages 7 and under) & their Families

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Preschoolers (Ages 3-4)

    CMA’s Inclusive Weekend Classes provide a free opportunity for children with physical disabilities, and their family and friends. CMA Teaching Artists are supported by Evaluators licensed in Occupational Therapy. This program is based on a class-like model in which the teaching artists and specialists work to facilitate the group experience, with a keen eye towards…

    Read More
  • Wyckoff House Museum Visits for Adult Groups with Special Needs

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Hearing Loss
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Memory Loss
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Explore the architecture, history, and culture of New York City’s oldest house on a guided group tour led by one our trained Museum staff. These tours are for adult groups with at least 10 people, generally last around one hour, and can be tailored to meet the interests and needs of your group.  Guided tours for groups…

    Read More
  • King Manor Museum Welcomes Adult Special Needs Groups

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Group homes, Day-hab, and other adult special needs groups are invited to plan a trip to King Manor! Options include guided tours of King Manor and special hands-on workshops. Reservations are required for organized special needs groups, regardless of group size. Tours and activities can be customized for groups with high, moderate, and low-functionality. Please…

    Read More
  • All Hands

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Modified programs for adults with disabilities. These 60- to 90-minute educator-led multi-sensory explorations of the Intrepid Museum are specifically modified to meet the academic or social-emotional goals for the visit. Program themes include, but are not limited to: Life at Sea Learn what it took to be one of the approximately 3,000 crew members living…

    Read More
  • Exploring Artism at the Yale Center for British Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    A free program for families with children 5 to 12 years of age on the autism spectrum. Families learn to look and respond to art work in the museum’s galleries with a follow-up art project in a museum classroom, and much more. While we have taken into account the needs of individuals on the autism…

    Read More
  • Access Programs for Children and Adults

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Enjoy our spacious and spectacular sanctuary! We offer welcoming, accessible programming for children and adults on the autism spectrum and with diverse needs and abilities. Join us for school programs on Jewish holidays, Shapes and Colors, Immigration History. All programs are offered in our beautiful, peaceful space and incorporate touch objects, movement, music, and an…

    Read More
  • Guggenheim for All

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Introducing the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum’s new sequential program series, which serves students with autism spectrum disorders. Each program is specially designed for the specific needs of the group, and includes two classroom visits by a museum educator and a museum visit for the class. Program goals: Provides a developmentally sound museum and art making…

    Read More
  • Guided Gallery Experiences

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Hearing Loss
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    MOCA offers tours and educational programs that are adapted to meet the specific needs of your group. To schedule a group visit and to request accommodations and services (at least 4 weeks advance notice recommended), please call (917) 484-4147 or email education@mocanyc.org. Examples of our offerings include: Enhanced sensory tours for students with developmental or…

    Read More
  • ASL Interpretation (Upon Request)

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    American Sign Language interpretation is available for all public tours and programs, upon advance request. Please contact access@intrepidmuseum.org at least two weeks prior to the program. ASL interpretation is provided at no additional charge.

    Read More
  • All Hands

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Modified programs for children with social, emotional, physical, cognitive and sensory disabilities. These 60- to 90-minute educator-led multi-sensory explorations of the Intrepid Museum are specifically modified to meet the academic or social-emotional goals for the visit. Program themes include, but are not limited to: Life at Sea Learn what it took to be one of…

    Read More
  • Verbal Description/Touch Tours

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    For visitors who are blind or have low vision, educators lead tours that incorporate verbal description, guided touch of aircraft, models and tactile images. To schedule a private verbal description/touch tour, please contact access@intrepidmuseum.org or 646-381-5182 at least two weeks prior to the visit.   Limited funding is available for school groups  for an educator to…

    Read More
  • ASL Tours

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    American Sign Language (ASL) tours are offered for visitors in the ASL community. Private group ASL tours of The Jewish Museum are available for a minimum of five people with at least two weeks’ notice. For more information, or to register for a tour, please call 212.423.3225 or email access@thejm.org. Relay calls are welcome. All Access…

    Read More
  • Travel Training Program

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Offered for adults and students with developmental and/or learning disabilities, this program is an introduction to independent subway travel in the safe environment of our subway station museum. Adults and students with developmental and/or learning disabilities experience all aspects of riding the subway – from mapping a route to buying MetroCards to negotiating various scenarios onboard a…

    Read More
  • Subway Sleuths for 2nd-5th graders with Autism

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Subway Sleuths is a program offered for 2nd-5th grade students on the autism spectrum who have a passion for trains and transit and can use their language to share experiences and interests. Please email meredith.martin@nyct.com or call 718-694-1823 for more information.

    Read More
  • Tour The Building Private Tours for Visitors who have Autism

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Private tours for visitors on the autism spectrum and their families are available with at least two weeks advanced notice for Tour the Building programs. These tours can take place on Monday, Tuesday, or Sunday before the museum opens or after the final public tour departs to ensure there are fewer people in our small…

    Read More
  • Tour the Building – ASL

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Toddlers (Ages 1-3)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    The Tenement Museum’s deaf educator, Alexandria Wailes leads Tour the Building programs with advanced notice. If you have a group of five or more individuals, schedule a group ASL tour by contacting the Education Associate for Access by phone at 212-431-0233 x. 273 or e-mail ezeira@tenement.org. Due to the generosity of the NYC Department of Cultural…

    Read More
  • Tour the Building Touch Tours

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Combine any of our Tour the Building program with handling objects, verbal imaging and an architectural model of 97 Orchard. These private group programs are only available for groups of five or more people, and must be booked in advance by contacting the Lower East Side Tenement Museum at 212-431-0233 extension 273. Due to the…

    Read More
  • Creative Expeditions at Nassau County Museum of Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Family Program
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    A program for children with Autism & their families Ages 5-12 years – Program Dates: Tuesdays  4:00-5:15  $250.00  for 10 sessions September 20, October 18, November 29, December 13, March 28, April 25, May 9 & 23, June 6 & 13  This program gives families a chance to witness their child experience success in a…

    Read More
  • Teen Compass at the Nassau County Museum of Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Family Program
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)

    Building Social and Vocational Skills for Teens and Young Adults with Autism through Art – based Workshops – Teens and Young Adults Ages 13 -21 Program Dates: Tuesdays  4:00-5:15 $250.00 for 10 sessions September 27, October 25, December 6, December 20, April 4, May 2, 16 & 30, June 6 & 13 During this workshop series,…

    Read More
  • ASL Interpretation at NY Transit Museum

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • All ages

    The Museum offers free American sign language interpretation for all programs upon request. Requests must be made at least two weeks in advance. Requests for offsite tours and excursions must be made at the time of ticket purchase.

    Read More
  • ​Inclusive WEE, for children with Physical Disabilities (ages 7 and under) & their Families

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Preschoolers (Ages 3-4)

    CMA’s Inclusive Weekend Classes provide a free opportunity for children with physical disabilities, and their family and friends. CMA Teaching Artists are supported by Evaluators licensed in Occupational Therapy. This program is based on a class-like model in which the teaching artists and specialists work to facilitate the group experience, with a keen eye towards…

    Read More
  • Wyckoff House Museum Visits for Adult Groups with Special Needs

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Hearing Loss
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Memory Loss
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Explore the architecture, history, and culture of New York City’s oldest house on a guided group tour led by one our trained Museum staff. These tours are for adult groups with at least 10 people, generally last around one hour, and can be tailored to meet the interests and needs of your group.  Guided tours for groups…

    Read More
  • King Manor Museum Welcomes Adult Special Needs Groups

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Group homes, Day-hab, and other adult special needs groups are invited to plan a trip to King Manor! Options include guided tours of King Manor and special hands-on workshops. Reservations are required for organized special needs groups, regardless of group size. Tours and activities can be customized for groups with high, moderate, and low-functionality. Please…

    Read More
  • All Hands

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Modified programs for adults with disabilities. These 60- to 90-minute educator-led multi-sensory explorations of the Intrepid Museum are specifically modified to meet the academic or social-emotional goals for the visit. Program themes include, but are not limited to: Life at Sea Learn what it took to be one of the approximately 3,000 crew members living…

    Read More
  • Exploring Artism at the Yale Center for British Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    A free program for families with children 5 to 12 years of age on the autism spectrum. Families learn to look and respond to art work in the museum’s galleries with a follow-up art project in a museum classroom, and much more. While we have taken into account the needs of individuals on the autism…

    Read More
  • Access Programs for Children and Adults

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Enjoy our spacious and spectacular sanctuary! We offer welcoming, accessible programming for children and adults on the autism spectrum and with diverse needs and abilities. Join us for school programs on Jewish holidays, Shapes and Colors, Immigration History. All programs are offered in our beautiful, peaceful space and incorporate touch objects, movement, music, and an…

    Read More
  • Guggenheim for All

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Introducing the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum’s new sequential program series, which serves students with autism spectrum disorders. Each program is specially designed for the specific needs of the group, and includes two classroom visits by a museum educator and a museum visit for the class. Program goals: Provides a developmentally sound museum and art making…

    Read More
  • Guided Gallery Experiences

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Hearing Loss
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    MOCA offers tours and educational programs that are adapted to meet the specific needs of your group. To schedule a group visit and to request accommodations and services (at least 4 weeks advance notice recommended), please call (917) 484-4147 or email education@mocanyc.org. Examples of our offerings include: Enhanced sensory tours for students with developmental or…

    Read More
  • ASL Interpretation (Upon Request)

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    American Sign Language interpretation is available for all public tours and programs, upon advance request. Please contact access@intrepidmuseum.org at least two weeks prior to the program. ASL interpretation is provided at no additional charge.

    Read More
  • All Hands

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Modified programs for children with social, emotional, physical, cognitive and sensory disabilities. These 60- to 90-minute educator-led multi-sensory explorations of the Intrepid Museum are specifically modified to meet the academic or social-emotional goals for the visit. Program themes include, but are not limited to: Life at Sea Learn what it took to be one of…

    Read More
  • Verbal Description/Touch Tours

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    For visitors who are blind or have low vision, educators lead tours that incorporate verbal description, guided touch of aircraft, models and tactile images. To schedule a private verbal description/touch tour, please contact access@intrepidmuseum.org or 646-381-5182 at least two weeks prior to the visit.   Limited funding is available for school groups  for an educator to…

    Read More
  • ASL Tours

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    American Sign Language (ASL) tours are offered for visitors in the ASL community. Private group ASL tours of The Jewish Museum are available for a minimum of five people with at least two weeks’ notice. For more information, or to register for a tour, please call 212.423.3225 or email access@thejm.org. Relay calls are welcome. All Access…

    Read More
  • Travel Training Program

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Offered for adults and students with developmental and/or learning disabilities, this program is an introduction to independent subway travel in the safe environment of our subway station museum. Adults and students with developmental and/or learning disabilities experience all aspects of riding the subway – from mapping a route to buying MetroCards to negotiating various scenarios onboard a…

    Read More
  • Subway Sleuths for 2nd-5th graders with Autism

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Subway Sleuths is a program offered for 2nd-5th grade students on the autism spectrum who have a passion for trains and transit and can use their language to share experiences and interests. Please email meredith.martin@nyct.com or call 718-694-1823 for more information.

    Read More
  • Tour The Building Private Tours for Visitors who have Autism

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Private tours for visitors on the autism spectrum and their families are available with at least two weeks advanced notice for Tour the Building programs. These tours can take place on Monday, Tuesday, or Sunday before the museum opens or after the final public tour departs to ensure there are fewer people in our small…

    Read More
  • Tour the Building – ASL

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Toddlers (Ages 1-3)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    The Tenement Museum’s deaf educator, Alexandria Wailes leads Tour the Building programs with advanced notice. If you have a group of five or more individuals, schedule a group ASL tour by contacting the Education Associate for Access by phone at 212-431-0233 x. 273 or e-mail ezeira@tenement.org. Due to the generosity of the NYC Department of Cultural…

    Read More
  • Tour the Building Touch Tours

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Combine any of our Tour the Building program with handling objects, verbal imaging and an architectural model of 97 Orchard. These private group programs are only available for groups of five or more people, and must be booked in advance by contacting the Lower East Side Tenement Museum at 212-431-0233 extension 273. Due to the…

    Read More
  • Creative Expeditions at Nassau County Museum of Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Family Program
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    A program for children with Autism & their families Ages 5-12 years – Program Dates: Tuesdays  4:00-5:15  $250.00  for 10 sessions September 20, October 18, November 29, December 13, March 28, April 25, May 9 & 23, June 6 & 13  This program gives families a chance to witness their child experience success in a…

    Read More
  • Teen Compass at the Nassau County Museum of Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Family Program
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)

    Building Social and Vocational Skills for Teens and Young Adults with Autism through Art – based Workshops – Teens and Young Adults Ages 13 -21 Program Dates: Tuesdays  4:00-5:15 $250.00 for 10 sessions September 27, October 25, December 6, December 20, April 4, May 2, 16 & 30, June 6 & 13 During this workshop series,…

    Read More
  • ASL Interpretation at NY Transit Museum

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • All ages

    The Museum offers free American sign language interpretation for all programs upon request. Requests must be made at least two weeks in advance. Requests for offsite tours and excursions must be made at the time of ticket purchase.

    Read More
  • ​Inclusive WEE, for children with Physical Disabilities (ages 7 and under) & their Families

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Preschoolers (Ages 3-4)

    CMA’s Inclusive Weekend Classes provide a free opportunity for children with physical disabilities, and their family and friends. CMA Teaching Artists are supported by Evaluators licensed in Occupational Therapy. This program is based on a class-like model in which the teaching artists and specialists work to facilitate the group experience, with a keen eye towards…

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  • Wyckoff House Museum Visits for Adult Groups with Special Needs

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Hearing Loss
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Memory Loss
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Explore the architecture, history, and culture of New York City’s oldest house on a guided group tour led by one our trained Museum staff. These tours are for adult groups with at least 10 people, generally last around one hour, and can be tailored to meet the interests and needs of your group.  Guided tours for groups…

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  • King Manor Museum Welcomes Adult Special Needs Groups

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Group homes, Day-hab, and other adult special needs groups are invited to plan a trip to King Manor! Options include guided tours of King Manor and special hands-on workshops. Reservations are required for organized special needs groups, regardless of group size. Tours and activities can be customized for groups with high, moderate, and low-functionality. Please…

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  • All Hands

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    Modified programs for adults with disabilities. These 60- to 90-minute educator-led multi-sensory explorations of the Intrepid Museum are specifically modified to meet the academic or social-emotional goals for the visit. Program themes include, but are not limited to: Life at Sea Learn what it took to be one of the approximately 3,000 crew members living…

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  • Exploring Artism at the Yale Center for British Art

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    A free program for families with children 5 to 12 years of age on the autism spectrum. Families learn to look and respond to art work in the museum’s galleries with a follow-up art project in a museum classroom, and much more. While we have taken into account the needs of individuals on the autism…

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  • Access Programs for Children and Adults

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Enjoy our spacious and spectacular sanctuary! We offer welcoming, accessible programming for children and adults on the autism spectrum and with diverse needs and abilities. Join us for school programs on Jewish holidays, Shapes and Colors, Immigration History. All programs are offered in our beautiful, peaceful space and incorporate touch objects, movement, music, and an…

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  • Guggenheim for All

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Introducing the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum’s new sequential program series, which serves students with autism spectrum disorders. Each program is specially designed for the specific needs of the group, and includes two classroom visits by a museum educator and a museum visit for the class. Program goals: Provides a developmentally sound museum and art making…

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  • Guided Gallery Experiences

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Hearing Loss
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    MOCA offers tours and educational programs that are adapted to meet the specific needs of your group. To schedule a group visit and to request accommodations and services (at least 4 weeks advance notice recommended), please call (917) 484-4147 or email education@mocanyc.org. Examples of our offerings include: Enhanced sensory tours for students with developmental or…

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  • ASL Interpretation (Upon Request)

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    American Sign Language interpretation is available for all public tours and programs, upon advance request. Please contact access@intrepidmuseum.org at least two weeks prior to the program. ASL interpretation is provided at no additional charge.

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  • All Hands

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Visitors with Mobility Impairments
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Modified programs for children with social, emotional, physical, cognitive and sensory disabilities. These 60- to 90-minute educator-led multi-sensory explorations of the Intrepid Museum are specifically modified to meet the academic or social-emotional goals for the visit. Program themes include, but are not limited to: Life at Sea Learn what it took to be one of…

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  • Verbal Description/Touch Tours

    • Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • All ages
    • Elementary (Ages 5-7)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    For visitors who are blind or have low vision, educators lead tours that incorporate verbal description, guided touch of aircraft, models and tactile images. To schedule a private verbal description/touch tour, please contact access@intrepidmuseum.org or 646-381-5182 at least two weeks prior to the visit.   Limited funding is available for school groups  for an educator to…

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  • ASL Tours

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)

    American Sign Language (ASL) tours are offered for visitors in the ASL community. Private group ASL tours of The Jewish Museum are available for a minimum of five people with at least two weeks’ notice. For more information, or to register for a tour, please call 212.423.3225 or email access@thejm.org. Relay calls are welcome. All Access…

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  • Travel Training Program

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Visitors with Developmental Disabilities
    • Visitors with Learning Disabilities
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Offered for adults and students with developmental and/or learning disabilities, this program is an introduction to independent subway travel in the safe environment of our subway station museum. Adults and students with developmental and/or learning disabilities experience all aspects of riding the subway – from mapping a route to buying MetroCards to negotiating various scenarios onboard a…

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  • Subway Sleuths for 2nd-5th graders with Autism

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Subway Sleuths is a program offered for 2nd-5th grade students on the autism spectrum who have a passion for trains and transit and can use their language to share experiences and interests. Please email meredith.martin@nyct.com or call 718-694-1823 for more information.

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  • Tour The Building Private Tours for Visitors who have Autism

    • Visitors who have Autism
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)
    • Teens (Ages 13-17)
    • Tweens (Ages 10-12)

    Private tours for visitors on the autism spectrum and their families are available with at least two weeks advanced notice for Tour the Building programs. These tours can take place on Monday, Tuesday, or Sunday before the museum opens or after the final public tour departs to ensure there are fewer people in our small…

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  • Tour the Building – ASL

    • Visitors Who Are Deaf
    • Visitors who use American Sign Language
    • Adults (Ages 18 and up)
    • Elementary (Ages 8-10)