View of a Museum gallery containing large glass display cases filled with objects - mostly clocks but also gold model ship. Between the display cases along the wall three wooden standing Grandfather clocks can be seen.

Event information

1 June 2024

6pm to 8pm

Great Court and galleries

Free, advance booking required

Aimed at 5–15-year-olds

Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

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This event, exploring objects from Clocks and watches (Rooms 38–39), The Sir Harry and Lady Djanogly Gallery, is designed to be more accessible for children and adults who are autistic, learning disabled, or have mental health conditions.

The event will take place in selected galleries at the Museum (Rooms 1–2a, 24–27, 36–39, 41–43a), which will open at 6pm until 8pm for two hours, after the Museum closes to the public.

Visitors can explore the galleries and take part in sensory-based activities including object-handling and arts and crafts.

We will be joined by an artist from the national arts charity 'Outside in'.

Generously supported by the Lord Leonard and Lady Estelle Wolfson Foundation.

Booking information

  • Book now to secure your place
  • This event is suitable for families with children, from age five
  • Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult
  • If you have any access requirements or need assistance booking this event please email access@britishmuseum.org