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Autism / ADHD Friendly Open Day @ London Museum of Water and Steam

May 23 @ 10:00 am - 3:45 pm

An autism/ADHD-friendly open day, with the whole museum open and the All Aboard Club trains running too.

About this event

All Aboard Club is taking over the London Museum of Water & Steam for an autism/ADHD-friendly event on Sunday 23 May.

We’ll have the whole museum to ourselves, so you can enjoy all the galleries, the huge pumping engines and our train sets in a safe, understanding and inclusive environment.

  • Come and play with the huge All Aboard Club train sets in the Steam Hall
  • Explore the Waterworks gallery and find out how clean water gets to your home
  • Make water move with gears, pipes, pumps, buckets and levers in the outdoor Splashzone
  • See the huge pumping engines in the Engine Houses.

There are some photos below from our previous events at the museum.

There will be two sessions during the day – morning and evening. Choose which one you prefer.

Please note:

  • Social distancing and face coverings are required for the adults. However, the children can play together.
  • Children must be supervised by a parent/carer at all times
  • Siblings/friends are very welcome to come along too
  • There is limited parking at the museum, so please use public transport if possible. The museum is 5 mins walk from Kew Bridge railway station and there are lots of bus routes to Kew Bridge.
  • The museum cafe will unfortunately NOT be open, but you are welcome to bring your own food and drink.

		Autism/ADHD-friendly open day at the London Museum of Water & Steam image

		Autism/ADHD-friendly open day at the London Museum of Water & Steam image


London Museum of Water and Steam
London, TW8 0EN United Kingdom + Google Map
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