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Autism and Dementia-friendly visiting times at Ipswich Museum

Sharing details of the Autism and Dementia-friendly visiting times at Ipswich Museum.

the front entrance of ipswich museum on a sunny day and a mum with here 2 kids visiting the museum

The relaxed visiting times take place on the first Saturday of the month and are intended to provide a more relaxed experience of the museum.

About July’s Event

Opening times: 3:00 – 4.30pm

“We will be turning off speakers and screens to welcome those with autism or additional sensory requirements to enjoy the Museum in a relaxed environment. 

Visitors can explore the Museum with gallery sound levels at a minimum and screens turned off from 3pm to 4.30pm. Please note that after this time alarms may sound near the reception desk as we prepare the Museum for closing and a bell is rung at 4:50pm.

Ear defenders, visual guides and twiddlemuffs are available from the Museum’s reception free of charge.

You can find out more about our autism friendly resources by visiting our Access page.”

Walk through video

Ipswich Museum have filmed a walk through of the Museum and written lots of useful information on their website, designed to help prospective visitors familiarise themselves with the building and our facilities before coming: https://ipswich.cimuseums.org.uk/ipswichmuseumaccess/

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