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Autism-Friendly Early Openings @ The National Football Museum, Manchester

National Football Museum Manchester

The National Football Museum will be opening its doors early for children with autism, their families, friends and carers. Families can explore the galleries in a calm and relaxed environment before the general public access. Gallery sound levels will be minimal with a quiet room available. There will be plenty of opportunities to kick a football around in our Football ...


Rise and Roar: quiet session in The Magic Garden @ Hampton Court Palace, Surrey

Hampton Court Palace Surrey

When 14 April, 16 June, 18 August and 20 October 2019 09:00-10:30 Ticketing information Tickets for April and June dates will be available to buy on-site and over the phone on +44 (0)20 3166 6000 from 04 March 2019. Other dates will be available in July 2019. Adult (18-64 years): £8.80 / £8.00 Child (3-15 years): £6.60 / £6.00 Concession (65+ years and ...

Quiet Hours @ The National Civil War Centre, Newark

The National Civil War Centre Newark

The National Civil War Centre now runs regular Quiet Hours! These sessions are designed for families and individuals on the autism spectrum, those with learning difficulties or a sensory communication syndrome. Visitors will be welcome to explore the museum freely, with no loud sound effects and there'll be no one telling you off for making noise! You can get hands on ...

Autism-Friendly Family Workshop @ Glasgow Museums Resource Centre (GMRC)

Glasgow Museums Resource Centre (GMRC) Glasgow

Sun 14 April 2019 Glasgow Museums Resource Centre (GMRC), Nitshill Autism-friendly family workshop:Romans.  Access to quiet safe space.   1.30-4pm Book via 0141 276 9300   FREE


Autism Friendly, Easter Family Activities @ Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes

Bletchley Park Milton Keynes

Autism Friendly - Easter Family Activities Wed, 10 Apr 2019 From 09:30 to 11:00 INCLUDED WITH ADMISSION Overview Join us for autism friendly Easter Family Activities - D-Day: People Drop in to Block B any time between 09:30 and 11:00 Join us for a quieter activity session particularly aimed at those with sensory needs and their families. Children should be accompanied ...

Open Doors @ Manchester Art Gallery

Manchester Art Gallery Manchester

Since 2014 Manchester Art Gallery has been holding monthly autism friendly sessions on a Saturday morning aimed at children with autism and their families, features include: • Galleries open at 9.15 so you can experience the gallery at a quieter, calmer time • Artist led workshops and activities • Staff trained in Autism Awareness • A quiet room available for ...

Little Liverpool Relaxed Morning @ Museum of Liverpool

Liverpool Museum Liverpool

Date: 25 Apr 2019 Time: 10am-12noon Suitable for: early years Booking: Collect a free ticket from the information desk on the day Room: Little Liverpool gallery, ground floor Join us for our weekly quieter, relaxed morning in the Little Liverpool gallery This is a quieter morning session where we will have sensory resources and ear defenders available for those who would ...


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 ...


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 ...

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