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Early and Evening Explorers

For families with Special Educational Needs (SEN), including Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), we open outside our regular hours on certain special days. Enjoy the Museum at a quieter time, free from the general public, and with many of the gallery sounds turned off.

Explore our All Aboard family spaces in peace, have a go at our holiday activities, get hands-on with genuine parts of transport history, or make use of our sensory bags to support exploring the collection.

Advanced booking is essential as places are limited. Please call +44 (0)343 222 5000 to book your place now. Children and young people under 18 go free; adults charged general admission rate.

Saturday 26 October 2019

Morning: 08:30 onwards (open to the general public from 10:00)

Saturday 14 December 2019

Morning: 08:30 onwards (open to the general public from 10:00)

Visual story

LTM Visual Story Families

To prepare for your visit to London Transport Museum, we have made a visual story.

Click to download our visual story [1.91MB] to guide your family visit, so you know what to expect when you arrive.

 

School Early Explorer Mornings

Head over to our Schools SEN page for more information on visiting the Museum during School Early Explorer Mornings.

Find out more

To find out more information about our SEN Family offer, please email [email protected]

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