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Post Early: Relaxed Mornings @ The Postal Museum, London
June 3 @ 8:00 am - 10:30 am
Post Early: Relaxed Mornings at The Postal Museum
The Postal Museum
15-20 Phoenix Place
London WC1X 0DA
£1 per person
Post Early is a relaxed event that has been co-produced with Ambitious about Autism and a group of their autistic Youth Patrons. Although the event is designed to support autistic and neurodiverse people, including families and adults, it is suitable for anyone who would benefit from visiting the museum when it is less crowded and noisy.
To protect the safety of staff and visitors we have made some changes to the experience. If you have visited before it will look a little different, though we have done our best to keep the museum a fun, but safe, place to visit. You can find out more about the changes we have made by looking at this pre-visit visual story.
Visitors can ride Mail Rail and explore the exhibitions with adjustments and lowered volume levels. We have some self-guided resources you can borrow to support you on your visit.
- Admission: £1.00 per person. This includes entry to all exhibitions, and a ride on Mail Rail. When the museum opens to the general public at 10:30 you can stay to explore the exhibitions. You may be asked to depart at 11:30 to ensure we do not exceed maximum capacity.
- Booking: Places are limited and must be pre-booked online, or by calling Box Office on 0300 0300 700
- Mail Rail access: The size and design of the ride carriages and the evacuation procedure means Mail Rail is not suitable for all visitors. Visit our Accessibility page to find out more about the ride restrictions and what to expect to help you decide if riding is suitable for you.
- Travelling to the museum: You can get to the museum by foot, by tube, by train, by bus or by cycling. Visit our website to plan how to get to us.
- Pre-visit information: Find out more about our resources for autistic and neurodiverse people at The Postal Museum, including pre-visit films to help you prepare for your visit.