Sensory Sundays continue in 2022!

To support our neurodiverse visitors, the B&O Railroad Museum is dedicating the second Sunday of several months to Sensory Awareness. These day will include environmental accommodations (no music, low lighting, quiet areas, increased signage for areas with sound effects), as well as sensory-friendly events (kids craft, train ride and tour), and resources (sensory kits, social stories, and community table).

Feb. 13 – Winter Wonderland**

Sensory Activity: Snow Dough 
Sensory-Friendly Tour: Railroad Signs & Signals 

Apr. 10 – Earth Appreciation

Sensory Activity: Paper Flower Bouquets 
Sensory-Friendly Tour: Fueling America’s Railroads 

Jun. 12 – Summer Celebration

Sensory Activity: Paint a Rock Friend 
Sensory-Friendly Tour: Maryland on the Rails 

Aug. 14 – Beach Bonanza

Sensory Activity: Treasure Hunt 
Sensory-Friendly Tour: B&O Goes Bananas 

Oct. 9 – Fall Fun

Sensory Activity: Pumpkin Stress Balloons 
Sensory-Friendly Tour: Technology Changes 


Pre-registration suggested, walk-ins welcome. See below for helpful preparation resources.
Included with Admission | Members FREE


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
  • 10 AM – Museum Opens (sensory activity and resource table* available in Roundhouse until 3 PM)
  • 11:30 AM – Sensory-friendly Train Ride**
  • 1 PM – Public Train Ride**
  • 2:30 PM – Sensory-friendly Tour

* Specific activities and resources will differ for each date.
** Trains rides not currently offered on Feb. 13 Sensory Sunday.


RESOURCES TO HELP PREPARE FOR YOUR VISIT

Staff Sensory Awareness Training Provided By:

WITH GENEROUS SUPPORT FROM:

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Vicki A.
Brunswick, MD

This was an amazing museum to visit! A must see in Baltimore. Starting with the ease of parking...Right onsite and FREE!

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