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Accessible events

Accessible events - photo Jayne Lloyd

Handling session at the Geffrye Museum - photography Jayne Lloyd

The Geffrye is closed for a two-year development. During closure we are running events in the front gardens and tours of the restored almshouse.

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Handling sessions for Blind and Partially Sighted Visitors 

These multi-sensory sessions provide an opportunity to explore aspects of the museum’s collections, gardens and themes in more detail. 

For more information on future events please contact Fran Riando via e-mail FRiando@geffrye-museum.org.uk or telephone 020 7749 6041.


Events in BSL at the Geffrye Museum

For more information on future events please contact Fran Riando via e-mail FRiando@geffrye-museum.org.uk or telephone 020 7749 6041.


Group Visits

Handling sessions and craft workshops for groups of 6 or more people can be arranged separately through our Bookings Officer at a time convenient to your group, Tuesday - Fridays subject to availability.


Ways to enjoy the collections

  • We run programmes for adults with additional needs. Please click here to find out more.
  • We run a programme of Sign Interpreted talks. For details of our programme of sign interpreted tours, talks and workshops led by our Deaf tour guides please contact Rebecca Jacobs, Education Officer: Access and Audience Development: RJacobs@geffrye-museum.org.uk.
  • A programme of talks, workshops and reminiscence sessions are run by Education staff for local community groups and older people's organisations. For more details please contact: RJacobs@geffrye-museum.org.uk
  • We run workshops, talks and other events for adults throughout the year. Please click here to find out more.
  • We run workshops, talks and other events for children and young people. Please click here to find out more