The Dawnosaurs event at the Natural History Museum provides a rare opportunity for neurodivergent children to explore the museum while it is quiet, before it opens to the public.
It is a free event run aimed at children between the ages of five to 15, and siblings are also welcomed.
The event runs between 8-10am with the next occurring on 23 March.
Most of the museum is opened up, with activities run by experienced, neurodivergent-aware facilitators.
Johnathan Leighton, learning producer of access and neurodiversity spoke to the North West Londoner about the event and the importance on such events for neurodivergent children.
Watch the full video here: