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Sensory Friendly Quiet Evening

Join us at the Surgeons Hall Museums for our sensory friendly quiet evening on Monday the 8th of April.

Sensory Friendly Quiet Evening

About Sensory Friendly Quiet Evening

Our sensory friendly late openings provide an opportunity for those who need a quieter environment to enjoy our museum without the hustle and bustle of the general public.

Taking place on Monday the 8th of April, the museum will open at 5.30pm after our official closing at 5pm, and wherever possible, we have adjusted operations and/or lowered volume levels on exhibits. There will be old surgical equipment available to handle and a quiet room for those needing to take a break.

Due to the nature of the event, we will be limiting spaces and therefore booking is essential.

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