Quiet Morning returns to The Tank Museum on 17th June, to support visitors with sensory needs.
All sounds and interactives will be turned off between the hours of 9 and 11 and visitors can explore the story of tanks and their crews, and the world’s best collection of armoured vehicles in a quiet, calm environment.
These Quiet Mornings have been designed for adults and children with autism; adults living with dementia; and visitors with sensory needs or who may prefer a more relaxed experience.
Visitor Experience General Manager Rosanna Dean said:
‘As part of our accessibility programme at the Museum, we are delighted to offer a series of Quiet Mornings that provide a quiet environment for those with sensory processing needs. We look forward to welcoming visitors, who will be able to enjoy our incredible exhibits in a more peaceful setting’.
The Museum has developed a sensory backpack for children with neurodivergence and special educational needs, the backpacks are available to borrow free of charge every day.
Tickets can be purchased on the day or pre-booked online from tankmuseum.org/quiet-mornings