Here you can find all of our resources. These include guides to taking part in our programmes and practical advice on how to make your museum more accessible and family friendly. We’ve also included resources from our partners that we think you’ll find helpful.
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A range of tips on how you can run an event if your venue is closed to the public on Takeover Day.
Categories: Takeover Day
Our top tips on how your organisation can become more accessible and welcoming to families and young people who are blind or partially sighted.
At Kids in Museums, we believe museums are for everyone. But many families and young people who are D/deaf or hearing impaired might find visiting museums difficult.
Our top tips on how your organisation can become more accessible and welcoming to families with a wheelchair user.
How can your museum support children and young people to understand and respond to the Climate and Ecological Emergency?
We believe museums can play a role in supporting children and young people’s activism in response to the climate emergency. This guide, created in partnership with Climate Museum UK, Happy Museum Project and Julie's Bicycle, sets out ways your museum can support young people and take a stand on environmental issues.
Categories: Youth Consultation
Audience: Young people
A review undertaken by Kids in Museums about the barriers that prevent children, young people and families participating with museums.