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Find a sensory parks near you today. The sensory parks locations can help with all your needs. Contact a location near you for products or services.

Sensory parks are outdoor spaces specially designed for children with disabilities like autism. These parks have a variety of interactive elements that stimulate the senses through sight, sound, touch, smell and movement. Here are some frequently asked questions about sensory parks near your location:

What are sensory parks?

Sensory parks are inclusive playgrounds that offer sensory stimulating activities through different textures, sounds, lights and interactive elements.

Where can I find sensory parks near me?

Some popular sensory parks near your location include XXX Park, YYY Park and ZZZ Park. You can search online to find sensory parks in and around your city.

What activities do sensory parks offer?

Sensory parks typically have activities like textured ground surfaces, musical instruments, sensory trails, spinning toys, water features and more to engage different senses.

Are sensory parks accessible?

Most sensory parks are fully accessible with ramps, railings and sensory zones designed for wheelchair users. They aim to provide an inclusive play environment for all abilities.

What are the timings for sensory parks?

Most sensory parks remain open from dawn to dusk. However, it's advised to check the individual park timings and rules before visiting.

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