Monday 24 February, 5.30pm
Monday 30 March, 6pm
Thursday 2 April, 9am
The relaxed sessions have been programmed for anyone who might benefit from visiting the exhibition at a quieter time when you’ll have the opportunity to explore the artefacts in a calm environment.
Attendee numbers will be reduced, as will sound levels and there will be a quiet space available away from the exhibition which you are welcome to utilise. Ear defenders will also be available to borrow.
We welcome families and are sensitive to the needs of visitors with autistic spectrum disorder or other communication and sensory conditions – exhibition staff are always friendly, aware and happy to help.
Plan your visit ahead of time though the exhibition Social Guide.
CLICK HERE to book and for more information on accessible tickets.
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