Low Sensory Morning
Low Sensory Mornings
In line with International Day of People with Disability, LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is holding a FREE sensory-friendly LEGO experience Sunday 3 December from 8:30am-9:30am.
Special accommodations include the below:
- Reduction of sound and light levels in certain areas
- Quiet spaces
- A reduced Centre capacity
- Specially trained staff
This event is open to sensory-sensitive and special needs children and adults.
Please Note: Attraction will open to General Public at 9:30am with lights, sounds and music returning to normal. Adults visiting without children must leave at 9:30am.
Join Us at SEALIFE Melbourne Aquarium
SEALIFE Melbourne Aquarium is holding a sensory-friendly experience Saturday 2 December from 8:30am-9:30am.
Terms & Conditions:
*Carers with a valid Companion Card can book a free ticket online but will be required to show card at admissions to grant entry
*Children under 2 can enter for free (when accompanied by an adult)
*Annual Passholders must book a ticket via the button above.
*Due to our Adult Policy, all Sensory Session Mornings guests who are not accompanied by a child age 17 or younger must exit when the private event ends and the attraction re-opens to the public
The new sensory map for LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is an innovative tool designed to enhance the experience of all visitors, particularly those with sensory processing difficulties. This map highlights different zones within the attraction and provides valuable information on noise levels and sound, enabling visitors to plan their visit in advance and prepare themselves accordingly. Additionally, the map also shows available seating options in each zone, giving visitors the opportunity to take a break and relax when needed. This downloadable map is an excellent resource that helps visitors navigate LEGOLAND Discovery Centre with confidence, ensuring a fun and stress-free visit for all.