Quiet morning returns to The Tank Museum

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

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