To help inaugurate the Microsoft Experience at Sensory Village, students from The Academy at Morgan’s Wonderland tried out the newly-installed technology.

“We are profoundly grateful to Microsoft Store for granting our wish for new technology,” said Gordon Hartman, CEO of The Gordon Hartman Family Foundation, which created Morgan’s Wonderland, Morgan’s Inspiration Island splash park, The Academy at Morgan’s Wonderland and other initiatives to help the special-needs community. “Microsoft desires to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more, and we certainly share that desire.”

The Microsoft Store and Morgan’s Wonderland collaboration involved many individuals, including the Microsoft San Antonio datacenter and local Microsoft Stores, which have been involved with Morgan’s Wonderland as volunteers and in the community.

Morgan’s Wonderland, now in its ninth season, has welcomed 1.3 million guests from all 50 states and 73 other countries.  It features more than 25 wheelchair-accessible elements including rides, playscapes and attractions such as Sensory Village.  For more information, visit www.MorgansWonderland.com, or call (210) 495-5888.

Microsoft Store – whether shopping in a physical store, online or through an Xbox or Windows 10 device – is the first and best place to experience technology from Microsoft and its partners, featuring an assortment of best-in-class products and solutions to empower everyone on the planet to achieve more. Visit your local Microsoft Store and www.microsoft.com for more information.

*The Wish Machine experience celebrates the excitement of the holiday season and the power of a wish. Wish Machine is powered by Surface Studio, where contestants record a video up to 60 seconds long of themselves making a holiday wish. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to guests of Morgan’s Wonderland who are at least 13 years old. Enter by Dec. 20, 2018. For official rules, including prize descriptions, visit http://akamai.eprizecdn.net/microsoft/245724/rules.pdf. Void where prohibited.