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Morning Explorer: Knights @ Lewes Castle, Sussex

Lewes Castle Lewes

Morning Explorer is a special time for families with additional needs; we open between 10 and 11 a.m. exclusively for them. Some families may want to visit when there are no crowds, or need some assistance to climb the castle and access the collections in the museum. The morning includes a story, with special tactile objects to feel. If you wish ...

Relaxed Opening @ The National Museum of Computing, Milton Keynes

The National Museum of Computing

Description Relaxed Openings This special morning has been created so that families with Autistic children can enjoy the museum together. The museum is either closed or very quiet with areas set aside especially for your family. As well as visiting our world leading collection there are also special activities for you to do. Housing the world's largest collection of working ...

Autism Friendly Sports Explorer Backpacks @ Valence House Museum, London

Valence House Museum Dagenham

Dress up and explore the museum with our Sports themed backpacks, filled with different fun activities. Suitable for families with children under 8. Autism friendly session designed for children with autism and/or sensory or learning needs to enjoy with their families. This session will be a reduced sensory experience. Free. Drop in. Access via Margery Road entrance only (site will ...


[FULLY BOOKED]Poison and Potion Bottles: an autism friendly family activity @ Museum of the Order of St John, London

Museum of the Order of St John London

Monday 17th February 12:30pm - 3:30pm Poison and potion bottles: an autism-friendly family activity **This event is now fully booked. This session is a trial and we hope to run more in the future.** For the first time ever, we are putting on a family activity session especially for autistic children and their families. Inspired by the medicinal herbs growing ...

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