Brooklyn Children's Museum celebrates all developmental levels with sensory room

The room is open to every child, but especially to those who may need some extra help.

The room is open to every child, but especially to those who may need some extra help. (3/21/14)

CROWN HEIGHTS - The Brooklyn Children's Museum has a room where children of all developmental levels can explore their senses.

The sensory room was first designed to be a space for children with special needs, children with autism and children with different developmental disabilities.

The room is open to every child, but especially to those who may need some extra help.

The room is open Tuesdays and Thursdays as well as Saturdays and Sundays. It is included in admission to the museum.

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