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Autism Friendly Opening @ Oxford University Museum of Natural History / Pitt Rivers, Oxford

Oxford University Museum of Natural History Oxford

A relaxed morning opening for families with members on the Autism Spectrum to explore the Museum collections in a quiet environment. More information, including a visual guide, will be emailed to attendees a week prior to the event to help you to prepare for your visit. Please note that although this is a relaxed opening there may still be noises ...


Relaxed Opening @ Penlee House Gallery and Museum, Cornwall

Penlee House Gallery & Museum Penzance

Join us for a relaxed opening at Penlee House. This event is designed for visitors with sensory needs or those needing a quieter, more relaxed visit, plus their families, friends and carers. Our friendly team will be around to talk to if you would like to, with objects to handle and a simple making activity. Light and sound levels will ...

Relaxed Autism Friendly Early Opening @ Oxford Brookes Science Bazaar, Oxford

Oxford Brookes University Headington Campus, Gispy Lane, Headington, Oxford

The Oxford Brookes Science Bazaar Relaxed Autism Friendly Early Opening will be back on Saturday 3rd February 2024, 9:30am-11:30am! This FREE event is fun for all the family and most suitable for 5-16 years. The Science Bazaar will be held at our Headington Campus (OX3 0BP) across our Clerici and John Henry Brookes buildings, accessible just off of Gipsy Lane ...


Lunar New Year Family Crafts: Autism-Friendly Session @ Museum of Oxford

Museum of Oxford Oxford Town Hall, St Aldateā€™s, Oxford

Join us at the Museum of Oxford for a session of crafts to celebrate the Year of the Dragon. Make a dragon puppet, learn to fold a Red Envelope and explore the traditions of the Lunar New Year. This event is best suited for children 5 and up, but all are welcome. This is a relaxed event for families with ...

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