My son breaks up from school soon, and I’ve been trying to figure out what to do for the holidays. Well at some point, we shall be visiting the seaside for a day or two.
My partner and I attended The Autism Show in London, on Friday 14th June. We decided to go on Friday rather than the Saturday as I knew that the train journey would have been a bit overwhelming for my son.
As my son was bonding with his dad, my partner and I attended the Celebration of Disability Sports Activities at Riverside Square in Bedford. The sun was beaming, and it was a lovely day to honour inclusive sports.
Most of the places we visit relate to art or science, two of my son's favourite subjects. He also loves anything connected with water like aquariums or going to the seaside.
We decided to visit Buckinghamshire County Museum in Aylesbury. The museum has an induction loop at the reception desk and also showcase local talent with its Buckinghamshire Displays. The museum has a Special Exhibitions Gallery, Tudor House, and The Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery.
Yesterday we visited Animal Antiks on Manor Farm in Buckinghamshire. The Easter fun day cost £25 and included an Easter egg hunt where the children had to find the painted wooden Easter eggs around the farm.
This year, the Cambridge Science Festival celebrated their 25th Anniversary. They also hosted a hands-on at the Guildhall: autism-friendly hour!