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Autism Early Opening at Tower Bridge

*News Flash* – The Winners of Autism in Museums free sensory equipment giveaway have been announced! You can find the winners here – http://autisminmuseums.com/autism-in-museums-giveaway-the-results/

There are a number of exciting events to get involved in this year if you are interested in Autism in Museums. These include –




Museum Hour – Join us on Monday 1st April for #MuseumHour 8-9pm. A fast paced twitter discussion about Autism in Museums in celebration of Autism Awareness Week 1-7th April 2018. Guest hosts will be Kids in Museums. You can catch up with all the tweets here – https://twitter.com/i/moments/1114154954783109121?lang=en


Training Day – Welcoming Families and Young People with Autism Autism in Museums is delighted to be partnering with Kids in Museums and National Museums Liverpool to offering a training day on the 9th May in Liverpool. With some great speakers sharing tips and best practice please visit Kids in Museums website for more details and to book a space. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/welcoming-families-and-young-people-with-autism-tickets-55755788063


Museum Next 2019, 3-5th June. I am delighted to announce I will be speaking at this years Museum Next conference about Autism in Museums. You can find out more details here https://www.museumnext.com/events/london/program/#day3


Sept 2018 – State of Museum Access Report 2018, this year Autism in Museums has collaborated with Vocal Eyes on a report looking into the information provided on websites to visitors and giving advice on how to best welcome autistic visitors. You can read more about the report on the blog – http://autisminmuseums.com/state-of-museum-access-2018-a-new-report/