Sensory-Friendly Screening | One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)

FREE for members
$10 adults, seniors, and students | $8 youth
$5 with general admission or a member guest
FREE for children ages 5 and under
FREE for caretaker of any person with a disability. See below for details.
Sat, Oct 15 | 1pm

In honor of our upcoming festival The Big Draw: Drawing With Senses, The Walt Disney Family Museum presents a special sensory-friendly film screening of the classic film One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961). To make this film a comfortable experience for all, lights will be dimmed instead of off, volume will be slightly lowered, and closed captioning will be turned on. Guests are welcome to get up, walk around, dance, sing along with their favorite songs, and enjoy this classic dog-centric Disney film in whatever way is most comfortable to them.

Please note: This screening is FREE for a caretaker of any person with a disability. Please visit the Ticket Desk to reserve your ticket on the day of the screening.

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