Quiet Hour: Changes and Origins
Saturday 28 October | 8.30am - 9.30am
Included with General Admission | Booking essential
Be at ease in a comfortable environment that supports children and adults with Autism and specific sensory needs.
During our quiet sessions, specific exhibition galleries will remain open outside general admission periods for an extra hour and be modified for a gentler sensory experience. These sessions will include:
- Numbers will be limited to reduce crowds.
- Lights and sounds will be turned down or switched off where possible.
- A designated quiet area will be available for visitors to use should they require a break.
- A sensory map will be provided.
All ages are welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult guardian.
WA Museum Boola Bardip welcomes visitors of all abilities. We aim to provide an inclusive, accessible and enjoyable experience for everyone.
We have partnered with the Autism Association of Western Australia
The Museum has collaborated with the Autism Association of Western Australia to develop inclusive supports for year-round visits. If you have any questions about these resources or accessing services for people with Autism, please contact the Autism Association of Western Australia.
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