Chino Youth Museum
13191 6th Street, Chino
Hands-on children’s museum that is special needs friendly. Has special Autism Nights or Days for families. Once a month has a PLAY Together Family Night with ASIE on the 4th Friday of the month 5-7pm.

Chuck E Cheese – Sensory Sensitive Sundays
25110 HANCOCK AV #101-106, MURRIETTA, CA 92562
Chuck E. Cheese’s is proud to support families who have children with autism and other special needs. They open 9am -11 am on the first Sunday
of every month, specifically for children with autism and other special needs at participating locations.  Sensory Sensory events include a trained and caring staff that work to ensure each guest has a fun-filled visit, less crowding and a quieter restaurant environment, Dimmed lighting, the show and music turned down or off entirely, Limited appearances by Chuck E., Ability to order off of full menu, Access to play all games and rides, All ages and siblings welcome, and no admission fees.  They realize that the Chuck E. experience can be very stimulating for any child, so our mission is to create an event that allows ALL kids to be a kid.

Danny’s Farm
3064 ½ Ridgeway Drive, Alta Dena, CA 91001
(626) 797- FARM (3276)
Danny’s Farm employs and serves the special needs community. It is especially designed and staffed to serve individuals with disabilities and/or physical disabilities, wheelchair assessable, and trained to work with variety disabilities. We ask a $5 fee for those who visit the farm and our loving farm animals. Also has an Autism Specialty Program (SAP) afterschool care program and an extended year program when school is out. Details of programs on website.

Fingerprint Museum
123 S. Carmalita Street, Hemet
(951) 765-1223
Children’s museum that is special needs friendly.

Glo Mini Golf – Sensory Sunday at GLO Mini Golf
Galleria at Tyler
1299 Galleria at Tyler Ste E106, Riverside
Held two hours prior to general public hours, from 9am-11am, this event will cater to our families with Autism and other sensory processing sensitivities. We hope to encourage a variety of small group activities including a bingo-type map of our location with stickers to be collected at each station, separate quiet areas with sensory tables and activities, and use of our 27 hole glow in the dark miniature golf course all included for the normal $12 admission. All sounds will be off and our arcade will be partially open with some of the more dimmed light and quiet games.

Mr. Joe’s Farm
PO Box 4163 Riverside
(951) 657-8408
3-acre Mead Valley farm with 20 variety of animals including alpacas, miniature horses and donkeys, goats, pot belly pigs, sheep, tortoises, ducks, geese, chickens and Gwen the iguana. We also have non-traditional animals such as a pair of emus and a two-hump camel named Oscar that the public can see and touch. Hands-on experience with animals, so we call ourselves a hands-on zoo rather than a petting zoo because you get to interact more in their natural environment on a farm than if you went to a petting zoo. Many of the animals roam free and approach new people with curiosity.

Pretend City Children’s Museum
29 Hubble, Irvine (949) 428-3900
Pretend City Children’s Museum provides children with unlimited opportunities to develop creativity and learn through purposeful play. Through 17 interactive exhibits and activities guided by a highly trained professional staff, children learn foundational math, reading and science skills, while fostering curiosity, creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, organization, teamwork, self-confidence and socialization.

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