$5 General Admission | Free For Members
The health and safety of our guests and staff is our top priority, so just like our daily admission, admission to Sunshine Sunday will be by reservation only.
Sunshine Sunday is a special monthly event for children with special needs and their caregivers. Come explore the Museum with lights and sounds turned down and sensory adapted tools, special programs, and community resources at your fingertips. It’s during this time that children and their families can experience the Museum and unite with others on a similar journey. For more information on Autism-Friendly initiatives at GCM and other Accessibility information, visit our Accessibility page.
Special programming and events are subject to change each month. We encourage all families to check out our Calendar to learn about special activities happening each month. Questions? Please contact email@example.com.
Please note that our official mask policy follows mandates by the City of Tampa and Hillsborough County. We require that guests 2 and older – who are able to wear masks – are required to wear masks that cover the nose and mouth. If your child is unable to wear a mask, they will not be required to! When you arrive at the museum, please tell our guest services team that your child is unable to wear a mask, and we will give them a sticker that says “Approved to be mask-free.” Others in your group who are able to wear masks are still expected to do so. If you have further questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Included in $5 Sunshine Sunday Admission | Free for Members
We are proud to offer a new addition to our monthly sensory-friendly event, Sunshine Sundays! Our new addition, Sunshine Squad is a sensory-friendly opportunity for tweens and teens to practice their social skills by playing games, interacting with others their age and those on a similar journey! Sunshine Squad will include sensory-friendly tools and resources, specially curated games and activities, and staff trained by the Center for Autism & Related Disabilities.