To make their displays accessible to all sorts of people, the Denver Art Museum announced they’ll have a “Low Sensory Morning” on Nov. 19.

That Saturday, the museum will open its doors before public hours, turn down loud gallery sounds, limit attendance and provide numerous hands-on activities and artmaking projects for individuals and families who prefer a quiet, less sensory-stimulating environment.

Attendance is included in general admission, but free for kids under 18.

Tickets for the Star Wars and Power of Costume exhibit are also available.

The museum got lots of positive feedback for offering the opportunity, with multiple people commenting on their Facebook post to laud the decision.

For more information and to register, go to:

There are also low sensory mornings scheduled for Feb. 18, May 20 and Aug. 19.