MLB Ballparks

American Family Field (Milwalkee Brewers)

Miller Park does not have a quiet room but please contact an event staff member or guest relations at 116, 221 or 418 and a room will be made available.

CitiField (New York Mets)

Partnering with Kulture City, Citi Field is striving to make Mets games more inclusive and comfortable for guests with sensory processing needs. Sensory Bags containing fidget toys, noise-cancelling headphones, weighted lap pads, and other sensory resources are available at no charge in the Ticket Services Office located in the Jackie Robinson Rotunda. A valid credit card or acceptable form of picture identification, such as a valid driver’s license or non-driver government-issued photo ID card, is required as a deposit. Additionally, Citi Field team members are trained to recognize opportunities to assist with these guests’ enjoyment of the game.

Dodgers Stadium (Los Angles Dodgers)

Sensory bags are available to both adults and children who may be at risk for sensory overload. These kits include noise cancelling headphones, a fidget toy, and other tools as calming mechanisms and can be checked out from any Fan Services Station. Sensory bags are property of the Los Angeles Dodgers and must be returned to Fan Services at the end of every game.

Great American Ballpark (Cincinnati Reds)

NEW IN 2020: The TriHealth Family Zone occupies the old Redlegs Landing and concourse space behind the adjacent sections in the right field corner of the View Level. The Family Zone features the ballpark’s second nursing station, playground, batting cages, spectacular river views and more.

Sensory Room As part of the TriHealth Family Zone, fans will have access to a sensory room, a therapeutic space with a variety of equipment that provides individuals with special needs a safe location with personalized sensory input.

Guaranteed Rate Field (Chicago White Sox)

Should a quiet room be necessary, please contact a Guest Service Representatives, security guard or go to the guest relations booth and a quiet room will be provided.

Kauffman Stadium(KC Royals)

Two Quiet Zones with tables and chairs are available by the elevator in both Dugout Concourses (behind sections 118 and 136). For further assistance or other options if you or someone you are with experience sensory overload, please visit your nearest Event Staff Associate or the nearest Guest Services Office.

To help prepare you and your child for what to expect when coming to a Royals game, download our Ballpark Story.

Petco Park (San Diego Padres)

Complimentary sensory bags are available at Guest Service Centers located at Section 108, 208 and 303. Guests can borrow a bag by leaving a photo ID with the guest service specialist at the center. For more information on what is in the sensory bag and other sensory friendly opportunities at Petco Park please review our Sensory Booklet.

PNC Park (Pittsburgh Pirates)

Partnering with KultureCity, PNC Park is striving to make Pirates games more inclusive and comfortable for guests with sensory processing needs. Sensory Bags containing fidget toys, noise-cancelling headphones, weighted lap pads, and other sensory resources are available at no charge in the Main Guest Relations Office located at the bottom of the Home Plate Rotunda. A valid credit card or acceptable form of picture identification, such as a valid driver’s license or non-driver government-issued photo ID card, is required as a deposit. Additionally, Pirate’s team members are trained to recognize opportunities to assist with these guests’ enjoyment of the game.

Progressive Field (Cleveland Indians)

Fans with sensory sensitivities or challenges can utilize the sensory room in the Kids Clubhouse at Progressive Field. In addition, fans can use sensory bags equipped with noise cancelling headphones, fidget tools, verbal cue cards and weighted lap pads.

Truist Park (Atlanta Braves)

The Atlanta Braves are excited to offer information and resources for families to ensure attending games is a comfortable and fun experience for everyone! We have a Social Storybook that illustrates what to expect when you come to a Braves game at Truist Park, a sensory map, dedicated Accessible Seating Specialists on staff and more. Guests who purchase tickets through the Accessible Seating Department will receive a Welcome Kit, including a special green credential that says “Braves Exceptional Fan” with a spot for emergency contact information.

Welcome Kit: While at the game, families who purchased their ‘Exceptional Fan’ specific tickets through our Accessible Services Department will have their welcome kit delivered to them in game.

  • Exclusive Credentials: This will allow you to skip concessions lines if needed and provide a place for emergency contact information.*
  • Sensory Map: Detailed locations for fireworks, First Aid, Guest Services Booth, family restrooms, gluten-free concessions and more. Download Sensory Map (PDF)
  • Braves Fidgets
  • Please visit braves.com/exceptionalfans to find your perfect seats, receive your Welcome Kit or for more information.

Please contact the Accessible Seating Department at (404)-577-9100 (Option 5) or *accessibleservices@braves.com** to receive your Welcome Kit and for more information.

Wrigley Field (Chicago Cubs)

New this year, we have partnered with KultureCity to be better prepared to assist guests with sensory sensitivities to ensure they have the most comfortable and accommodating experience possible. KultureCity is a leading nonprofit recognized nationwide for using its resources to revolutionize and effect change in the community for those with sensory needs.

Sensory kits, provided by KultureCity, are available to assist children to ensure a comfortable and fun experience at Wrigley Field. A sensory kit may be borrowed from the Fan Services Booth on the main concourse behind home plate and in the Budweiser Bleachers.

Yankee Stadium (NY Yankees)

Sensory kits are available at no charge at the Guest Relations Booths. Sensory kits include fidget toys, noise canceling headsets and sunglasses. A valid credit card or acceptable form of picture identification (e.g., valid driver’s license or nondriver government-issued photo ID card) is required as a deposit. Guests have a choice of a sensory kit for an adult or child.