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Seacole’s Sensory Family Session @ Museum of the Order of St John, London

April 12, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Join us to create sensory Dragon Eggs full of natural shakes and smells.

About this event

This activity is part of our new programme, “Seacole’s Sessions”, which are sensory-friendly events for families with children who need a quieter environment to enjoy the Museum. This includes exclusive use of the Museum spaces as we are not open to the public on a Tuesday.


In order to ensure that we can provide as calm and a quiet a space as possible for this activity, there are a limited number of spaces available and spaces must be booked in advance. All those who sign up will be sent a visual story via email. This activity may contain strong scents.



This activity is totally free, but places must be booked in advance.


Important information:

•1 ticket is for a family group of up to 6 people.

•Our programme is recommended for 3-8 year olds but siblings and babies are very welcome.

•Children must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the activity.

•Activities take place in our Learning Centre (EC1V 4JJ) which is situated over the road from the Museum.

•To ensure that our visitors feel comfortable, we will be limiting the number of attendees, providing hand sanitiser and ensuring that all our spaces are well ventilated by opening the doors to our private garden which you will also be able to enjoy. For more information about our Covid-19 procedures, please click here.

•If you can no longer attend the activity, please let us know so that we can give another family the opportunity to participate.

•If anyone in your group has sensory needs please contact us ( and we will ensure that your table is located in a quieter environment, provide you with a visual story or talk through how else we can best assist you on the day.


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