Watch our series of videos to help you navigate the social situations you will experience during your visit to Royal Museums Greenwich
In collaboration with The Park College, a specialist college that provides training programmes for young people with autism and learning difficulties, Royal Museums Greenwich has produced three short films to assist visitors to the Museum who may find social situations challenging.
These films allow viewers to explore some of the Museum's public spaces, and to experience different, potentially challenging, social scenarios and how to deal with them.
The content was created by the students who also assisted in the direction, script writing and videography. They also featured in the films, acting out the social situations they had devised.
The three films will depict a journey – getting to the Museum and then dealing with situations that arise there.
Watch an introduction to the films using key word signing below.
The video covers the following topics:
The video covers the following scenarios:
Please note, you don't need to be quiet in our galleries, some spaces are just quieter than others!
These videos were generously funded by Kusuma Trust and created in collaboration with students from The Park College to help people access our museum sites.