We know busy play spaces can be overwhelming.
Low Sensory Nights 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, Low Sensory Nights turn down the noise, crowds, and stimulation of a typical day.
Low Sensory Night admission is free for children and their families. Space is limited.
Low Sensory Nights are made possible by the generosity of Robert and Joan Boyce in honour of their daughters, Ann Marie and Holly Leigh Boyce, and the Agape Foundation of London.