Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey will be hosting its first ever Autism Day.
On May 3rd, the park will not be open to the public that day to accommodate guests to only families affected by autism. They will be dimming its lights, quieting its music, and will have a sensory rating system for each ride.
The special event was curated by Kevin Gursh, founder of Gersh Academy for Students on the Autism Spectrum, who says, "I really enjoy doing things for the autism community that have never been done before."
You may purchase tickets at the Six Flags Great Adventure website for $32.99.