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Train play sessions for autistic/ADHD children [Kew/Brentford]

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London Museum of Water & Steam

Green Dragon Lane

Brentford

TW8 0EN

United Kingdom

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Join our train play sessions for autistic and ADHD children in a safe and understanding environment.

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All Aboard Club is bringing its trains to the London Museum of Water & Steam in Kew/Brentford. Autistic and ADHD children can build and play with our huge train sets in an inclusive, supportive and understanding environment.

Tickets are limited and MUST be bought in advance.

Getting there:

  • Trains: Kew Bridge station (South West Railway) is 10 minutes walk away
  • Parking: There is free parking on local streets, and Pay & Display parking at the Brentford Fountain Leisure Centre nearby. Unfortunately, the museum car park is not available.

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London Museum of Water & Steam

Green Dragon Lane

Brentford

TW8 0EN

United Kingdom

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Refund policy

Contact the organiser to request a refund.

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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Do you know an autistic or ADHD child who loves trains?

All Aboard Club runs play sessions where autistic and ADHD children can build and play with our huge trains sets.

The children are in charge. They build, organise and run the trains, and sort out any problems. It builds their confidence, reduces their anxiety, and allows them to play for hours.

All Aboard Club is run by experienced autism and ADHD professionals, so you can be sure of an inclusive, safe and understanding environment. We understand their challenges, their behaviours and their interests. We do everything we can to make it their space, where they can just be themselves.

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