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Dawnosaurs @ Natural History Museum, London

Natural History Museum London

Dawnosaurs is a free event for children on the autism spectrum to enjoy the Museum with their families and siblings, free from the hustle and bustle of the general public. Visitors have access to a wide-ranging programme of activities, including a chance to see, meet and even touch live animals. All activities are supported by experienced, autism-aware facilitators. A dedicated ...

Free

Autism Early Openings @ Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh

Scottish National Portrait Gallery Edinburgh

Scottish National Portrait Gallery Sundays: 24 March; 28 April; 26 May; 30 June, 9-10am FREE To book please contact us on 0131 624 6428 or email All families affected by Autism Spectrum Condition are invited to explore the Portrait Gallery before the doors open to the public and take part in creative, sensory activities. Numbers very limited, booking essential. Event accessibility Wheelchair ...

Free

Relaxed morning @ Merseyside Maritime Museum, Liverpool

Merseyside Maritime Museum Liverpool

Date: 28 Apr 2019 Time: 10am-12noon Suitable for: all visitors Booking: Free drop-in event, no need to book Visit the Merseyside Maritime Museum, including the 'Seized! The Border and Customs uncovered' gallery, for an autism-friendly quiet morning. The museum will be open as usual to the public but this is a quieter morning and noise levels in some of the galleries will ...

Free

Relaxed morning @ International Slavery Museum, Liverpool

International Slavery Museum Liverpool

Date: 28 Apr 2019 Time: 10am-12noon Suitable for: all visitors Booking: Free drop-in event, no need to book Visit the International Slavery Museum for an autism-friendly quiet morning. The museum will be open as usual to the public but this is a quieter morning and noise levels in some of the galleries will be reduced. Please see our autism-friendly welcome guide ...

Free
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