Autism After Hours – Tyrannosaurus @ National Museum of Scotland

National Museum of Scotland Autism After Hours 28 Apr – 1 Jun 2020 17:30-18:45 Free, booking required Book 28 April for Tyrannosaurs Back to results Share Visit the museum on your own terms once the public have gone home. Date Tue 28 April Tyrannosaurs Exhibition Mon 1 June Galloway Hoard Exhibition Booking information This event is for autistic young people …

Bright and Early: Permian Monsters Relaxed Opening @ Horniman Museum and Gardens, London

Bright and Early: Permian Monsters Relaxed Opening Thursday, 16 April 2020 9am – 10am Free but booking needed Location: Temporary Exhibition Space Exhibitions Permian Monsters: Life Before the Dinosaursfrom 15 Feb 2020 until 01 Nov 2020 Booking Information To book and for further information, please contact communitylearning@horniman.ac.uk or 020 8291 8725. About This Event A relaxed, accessible opening of the Permian Monsters …

Relaxed Opening: Dinosaurs @ Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum, Scotland

As part of Autism Awareness week, please join us before we open to the public for some dinosaur-themed activities in a more relaxed atmosphere. Numbers will be limited and audio turned off. Activities will include dinosaur themed crafts, a sensory/story corner and a chance to get hands-on with fossils. This event is specially aimed at autistic children or those with …

Museums To You – Dinosaur Week 1, 23 March 2020

Autistic kids like routine so current restrictions are making life very different. Autism in Museums wanted to share some themed resources to keep you busy and add a little distraction to your day. Many autistic kids have special interests so each week will be themed around some common favourites. I will normally share 3 tweets from 10am every day Mon-Fri. …

Dawnosaurs @ 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, …

Early Doors for Autism @ National Museum of Scotland

EventNational Museum of Scotland Early Doors for Autism 7 Sep 2019 – 8 Feb 2020 Sessions take place on 7 Sept, 9 Nov 2019 and 8 Feb 2020 09:00–10:00 Grand Gallery, Level 1 Free, booking required Back to results Share Join us at pre-public opening sessions for autistic children and their families. Date Sessions take place on Saturday 7 September, …

Dawnosaurs @ 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 …

Dawnosaurs @ 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 …

Dawnosaurs @ 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 …

Dawnosaurs @ The National History Museum, Tring

Enjoy the Natural History Museum at Tring without the usual crowds and queues at this special free event for parents, carers and children on the autistic spectrum aged between five and 15 years old. Dawnosaurs audiences can enter the Museum at 10.00 and enjoy the permanent galleries and the Dinosaur exhibition, and take part in various activities, e.g.a fossil handling table and challenge, …