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Welcome to The Sensory Zone

Weekday Specials


$10 / 2 hrs Drop-In Play Pass
(weekdays only)  

Tuesdays ~  Play all day for $12 a child!

Wednesdays ~ 10 am - 3 pm play for $10 (under 5)

School's Out Days ~  Get $3 off your play pass for all-day play.

What is the Sensory Zone?

An open play space... where kids can be themselves!

What makes the Sensory Zone unique

Rest assured, your concerns about your child's safety, judgment, or inclusion are unnecessary here at The Sensory Zone. We embrace ALL kids and their families, whether neurotypical or neurodiverse.


Our play areas are meticulously crafted to guide children through the exploration of their feelings, emotions, and behaviors in enjoyable, hands-on ways. What's more, we delve into not just 5, but 8 senses! Yes, you read it correctly — 8 senses!

So, please relax and enjoy as your child embarks on a journey of discovery and growth in our welcoming environment.

We strive to provide every family:

  • A safe and inclusive community environment where everyone can authentically be themselves.

  • A space to build empathy and self-regulation skills while interacting with a diverse population and variable needs.

  • An inclusive and therapeutic environment designed around our 8 senses to assist with emotional regulation, motor skill development, creativity, and imagination. 

Liability Waiver

Please complete our liability waiver for all adults and children who will be joining in on the fun at The Sensory Zone. Only one waiver per family. You can sign the waiver in person, or CLICK HERE for our online form. 


1736 Roth St

Madison, WI

(Locate us!)







Tuesday - Friday:

10am - 7pm


10am - 6pm


11am - 4pm


(one day play pass)


Under 1 = Free

1-2 year olds = $15

Over 3 years old = $20

6 and 12 play punch cards

also available!

Unlimited monthly pass

1 child =  100

2+ children = $150

3+ children = $200


Purchase your Play passes!

Rated 5 Stars on Google Reviews!

See what families are saying about The Sensory Zone


I have really seen Riley come out of his shell here.  When we first started coming to the Sensory Zone he didn't want to be by anyone or be seen by anyone. He hid because his anxiety was so high. Now he asks to come here and play with his friends! 

Jaxon Gross

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