Story Land amusement park, nestled in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, recently earned the Certified Autism Center (CAC) designation from the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES). This certification demonstrates Story Land’s dedication to provide a space where guests will be supported by staff who have completed training to accommodate needs specific to those with autism and other sensory disorders.
Beyond their 20 rides, Story Land also offers dining experiences, shows, story time with Mother Goose in her manor, photo opportunities with storybook characters, carnival style games, and Los Bravos Silver Mine for emerging explorers.
The designation earned by Story Land is in-line with efforts made over the past few seasons to provide a balanced and well-rounded experience for all guests as they bring fairy tales to life. Story Land offers a Calming Room, a sensory sensitive environment for those who need a break, as well as a designated Quiet Dining area. “Sensory Sensitive Weekends” are also offered where park and ride music is turned down, ride announcements are at a lower decibel, certain geysers/water features are also turned off and MAP (Medical Access Pass) passes are made available to those who cannot wait in line for rides and food.