Museum Sensory Nights

Sponsored by:

servus logo - green circle with blue text saying "servus credit union"

During Service Museum Sensory Nights, families, individuals and members of the neurodiverse community can experience the wonders of historic Hangar 14 from 5:00pm – 8:00 pm.  This inclusivity initiative is made possible through the museum’s continued partnership with Servus Credit Union.

Experience a worry-free, after-hours experience as the museum creates a calming environment to celebrate Edmonton’s rich aviation history.  Over 30 historical aircraft grace the halls as the lights are dimmed and the audio displays are turned town to provide silent, thoughtful, engaging experiences for all ages.

Each month will feature an all-new activity craft, as well as colouring/activity stations, and a quiet area for individuals and families to recharge throughout the evening.

Stay Tuned for Details on our 2023 Sensory Night Dates
Girl runs by the prop of a Barkley Grow Aircraft. White bubble in top right

Social Story Map

Our social story map is a resource for persons on the autism spectrum and children who may benefit from descriptions and pictures to help them know what to expect and ease the anxiety which often accompanies a visit to somewhere new and unfamiliar.

If you, your child, or someone else in your group would benefit from this resource, you can download our social story as a PDF Below:

Fun Sensory Activities You Can Bring With You