The London Children’s Museum celebrates the uniqueness of every child. We are committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment that supports children of different ages, abilities, and interests. 

If your family has any feedback, suggestions, or questions regarding accessibility, please info [at] (contact us).  

Sensory Friendly Evenings

Monthly Sensory Friendly Evenings offer children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), physical or cognitive disabilities, or sensory processing considerations, and their families with a quieter museum experience. With extremely limited attendance, Sensory Friendly Evenings turn down the noise, crowds, and stimulation of a typical day. Sensory Friendly Evening admission is free and registration is required. Click here to register.

Sensory Friendly Evenings are supported by the Sifton Family Foundation, as well as Dr. Robert and Joan Boyce in loving memory of their daughters Ann Marie and Holly Leigh Boyce.

Adventure Backpack 

Adventure backpacks are available to sign out at the London Children’s Museum’s front desk. This backpack includes noise-cancelling headphones, transition timers, a printed copy of our social story, and visual supports. 

Sensory Support

Weighted lap blankets are available at the front desk and in the TD My Place in Space star lab.

Social Story

Prepare for a visit to the London Children’s Museum by reading a first-person story narration.

Visual Supports

If your child would benefit from visual support, such as pictures of our exhibits, please click here to view our collection.

Restrooms and Changing

Child-sized changing tables are available in the women’s and men’s washrooms on the first floor. An adult-sized changing table is available in the family washroom on the second floor. Family washrooms on the second and third floor offer manual flush toilets to accommodate sound sensitivities. 

Support Workers

Personal support people are welcome to visit the London Children’s Museum at no cost when they are accompanying individuals they support. The London Children’s Museum accepts the Access 2 Card.


Wheelchairs and strollers can reach every area of the London Children’s Museum. For visitor convenience, a standard elevator is available. Most exhibits are fully accessible and full of learning opportunities for every visitor. If you have any questions, please contact us.

Unearth Wonder

Help build our NEW dinosaur exhibit at 100 Kellogg Lane!

The future London Children’s Museum was shaped by the ideas and dreams of over 500 children, families, and community members. And children in our community made one thing very clear - our new home would not be complete without dinosaurs!

But to make our community’s dream a reality, we need your help! You can bring these prehistoric wonders to life by donating today. Every gift matters!

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