Inspire your senses
Let your imagination run wild in Sensory Village™! A community built on make-believe that is all about creative play! Sensory Village™ is an indoor attraction with five themed areas. This attraction inspires curiosity, encourages hands-on learning, and mindfully stimulates the senses.
Play your own way
Our five activity rooms include the KMWL-TV Newsroom, the Microsoft Experience (not a storefront – sorry!), the Village Market grocery store, the Exploration Station, and an interactive shadow room.
Take a step in front of our green screen and experience what it’s like to be on television!
The Microsoft Experience
An interactive area that features adaptable X-boxes and accessible technology.
The Village Market Grocery Store
A play grocery store immaculately stocked with faux baked goods, a lobster tank, cash registers, and more.
An immersive experience of interactive displays that use movement to stimulate the senses. Also houses the Sand Table, an augmented reality sandbox where guests can change and redesign habitats and topography.
Featuring arts and crafts in a fun and unique way. The Selfie Wall enables guests to photograph themselves on a touch screen kiosk and take their selfies to another world using augmented reality. Draw Alive allows guests to color creatures and watch their masterpieces swim, fly, and move throughout a virtual world on a nearby large screen.
Sensory Village™ allows guests to create their own pace of play and self-select which areas they want to explore! We welcome you to channel your inner-meteorologist and grace the screens of KMWL-TV for your television debut, take a quiz and find out which Wondersquad Character you would be, or find a moment of zen in the dimly lit shadow room.
Did you know?
The “MWL” in KMWL-TV stands for Morgan’s Wonderland.
The Microsoft Experience was added in 2018 and highlights the importance of digital inclusion and accessibility. Check out this article that was written for the debut!
The outside of Sensory Village™ looks like a cluster of storefronts, all fictionally named after people, places, and things near and dear to Morgan Hartman and the park’s history.
Did you know that Gordon’s dad was a weatherman and the inspiration behind creating our KMWL-TV news station!
The Exploration Station was added in 2021 and allows guests to bring their imaginations to life through the use of augmented reality.