Enhancing our ability to assist and accommodate guests with sensory needs.
All Things Wild is proud to announce that it is now a sensory inclusive venue, providing a welcoming environment for visitors with sensory processing needs.
All Things Wild has partnered with KultureCity®, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting sensory inclusion, to provide a range of resources and tools to support individuals with sensory processing needs. This includes sensory bags that include noise-cancelling headphones, fidget tools, and other sensory items, as well as quiet areas located around the park for visitors who may need a break from the noise and crowds.
In addition, the All Things Wild team have undergone specialized training to better understand and accommodate visitors with sensory processing needs. They have learned how to recognize the signs of sensory overload and how to provide assistance and support to ensure a positive and comfortable experience for all visitors.
"We are excited to become a sensory inclusive location, and we are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all of our visitors. We want to ensure that everyone can enjoy the wonders of the animal kingdom, and we are proud to partner with KultureCity® to make that possible."
Rebecca Harris, Owner of All Things Wild.
This initiative is a part of All Things Wild's ongoing commitment to promoting accessibility and inclusion for all visitors. The zoo is dedicated to creating a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone, and this new sensory inclusion program is a significant step towards achieving that goal.
For more information on All Things Wild's sensory inclusion program and other accessibility initiatives, please visit