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Dawnosaurs @ Natural History Museum, London

Natural History Museum London

Dawnosaurs Event information Event type: supervised activity Location: Galleries Ticket prices: Free, booking required Dawnosaurs is a free event for children with neurodiverse conditions including autism and other sensory processing difficulties. It allows them 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, ...

Autism Friendly Early Opening @ Tower Bridge, London

Tower Bridge

Autism Friendly Early Opening Tower Bridge will be opening its doors early for children with autism and other needs, as well as their siblings, families and carers. Families will be able to explore the Towers, Walkways and Engine Rooms in a calm, relaxed atmosphere and also take part in a family craft activity if they wish. Also available will be our ...

[Fully Booked]Build Roman Britain in Minecraft: Sensory Friendly Opening @ British Museum, London

British Museum London

Build Roman Britain in Minecraft: sensory-friendly opening Family activity / 21 Mar 2020 Age: 7+ Book Build Roman Britain in Minecraft: sensory-friendly openingnow(Opens in new window) Event information 21 Mar 2020 10.00-10.50 Samsung Centre British Museum, Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3DG Price Free But you must book a ticket 7+ This is a relaxed early opening for families with sensory ...

Treasure Jars – autism friendly family drop in session @ Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich

Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich London

Treasure Jars (autism friendly family drop in session) 11:00 – 13:00 A long time ago, sailors liked to collect items from their journeys to remind them of the places they had visited. In this drop-in session children can make their own ‘treasure jar’ using brightly coloured sand and a variety of colourful sea-themed objects to take home with them. *Siblings ...

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