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Autism Friendly Days @ National Emergency Services Museum, Sheffield

National Emergency Services Museum Sheffield

New for 2019 the NESM team are working alongside the Autism Centre for Supported Employment to bring all-new opening days suitable for visitors with various sensory needs. Throughout the museum we use lights, sounds, smoke and smells to bring history to life but for these designated openings we will open with additional staff and simply just the lights on. Open ...

Mini Play, Big Listen @ Epping Forest District Museum, Essex

Epping Forest District Museum Waltham Abbey

Mini Play Big Listen A tailored group for children with additional needs. Also provides a support network for parent and appropriate advice available. For 2-5 years. Tuesday 4th June, 18th June, 2nd July, 16th July 11.15-12.30pm

Night Owls @ Science Museum, London

Science Museum

Night Owls is a sensory friendly evening for young adults and adults (ages 16+) who need a quieter environment to enjoy the museum. This event is suitable for people who benefit from visiting the museum free from the hustle and bustle of the general public (for example, those with autism spectrum conditions or sensory processing differences). On selected Saturdays across the ...

Free

Relaxed Opening @ Colchester Castle

Colchester Castle Colchester

Relaxed Opening 07/07/2019 Colchester Castle Included in admission Suitable for Families History About This Event Enjoy a little calm at the Castle and join us on the first Sunday of the month for a Relaxed Opening. These sessions are suitable for visitors with ASD, providing an opportunity for them to explore the museum at a quieter time. We aim to ...

Mackintosh Relaxed Morning @ Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

Walker Art Gallery Liverpool

Mackintosh Relaxed Morning Date: 7 Jul 2019 Time: 10am -12pm Suitable for: all visitors Booking: Pre-booking is essential A relaxed morning is intended for visitors with their friends and family, who may benefit from a more relaxed environment, including (but not limited to) those with autistic spectrum conditions, additional needs or learning disabilities. This means there will be fewer visitors ...

Autism Friendly Art Session @ GoMA Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow

GoMA Glasgow

Autism Friendly Session - GoMA Summer at Museums Book tickets Free All ages Dates and times Friday 12 July 2019 10:00AM - 11:00AM During an early opening we reduce noise levels, flashing lights and crowds as much as possible.

Free

Relaxed Visit @ The Engine Shed, Stirling, Scotland

The Engine Shed Stirling

“Our Relaxed Visiting Hours are a time for young people with autism to explore and enjoy the Engine Shed. During these times adjustments will be made to lighting and sound, and a quiet space with sensory toys will be available.” For more information please check the website.

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 ...

Free

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 ...

Free

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 ...

Free
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