Access and SEN Inclusive learning opportunities for all young visitors
The schools team has a strong ethos of offering inclusive learning opportunities to all young visitors. There is a wide range of facilities for students with visual, hearing, learning and mobility impairments.
Information about booking a visit to the Museum and the facilities available on site to all school groups can be found using the link below.
Preparing your students
We have two slideshows for classroom whiteboard use to help SEN students prepare for a visit to the Museum:
Preparation for teachers
Download our new guide which takes
teachers through a step-by-step process on how to bring students
with a range of needs on a visit to the Museum.
Visiting the British Museum with SEN students.
If you have any questions about a visit with SEN students please email the learning team on firstname.lastname@example.org
Sessions for special schools
Tailored specifically for students with special educational needs, students can experience ancient Greece, Egypt, the Vikings, Roman Britain or medieval Britain through sight, sound, smell and touch with these facilitated sessions.
In these tailor-made workshops, students use digital technology and multi-sensory activities to explore the collection.
Available for visually impaired students for the Egyptian Sculpture Gallery (Room 4) and the Parthenon sculptures (Room 18). No pre-booking required. Collect from the Ford Centre for Young Visitors when you arrive at the Museum.
Let us know your requirements
Please let us know of any access requirements when you book your visit. The majority of galleries in the Museum have level access, and all the facilities in the Clore Education Centre are accessible.
Wheelchairs, magnifying glasses and
other equipment may be borrowed by prior arrangement.
Telephone +44 (0)20 7323 8299.
Minibus parking spaces are available.
Please provide the details of the registration number, make and
model of vehicle and the date of your visit.
Telephone +44 (0)20 7323 8181 .