Our cinemas are open to everyone—find all our special screenings and accessible options here.
Silver Screen Club
Over-60s can join the Silver Screen Club for £4.50 tickets at non-IMAX screenings before 17.00, Monday to Thursday. Complimentary tea and coffee is served on Thursday mornings. To sign up, ask at the box office on your next visit.
Audio description is available at these screenings for blind and partially sighted visitors. Description is undetectable to anyone not wearing a headset.
These screenings have subtitles (closed captioning) for d/Deaf and hard of hearing visitors.
These screenings are open to all families with children, but are particularly aimed at families with children under 12. Unaccompanied adults will not be admitted.
Baby’s Day Out
These screenings are open to families with babies under the age of one. Lights will be left on at a low level throughout the screening and the volume of the film is quieter than a normal presentation. Unaccompanied adults will not be admitted.
These screenings are for visitors with Autism Spectrum Condition, an anxiety disorder, or a Special Educational Need that means they would benefit from a quieter, more relaxed environment. Lights will be left on, the volume of the soundtrack will be reduced, and it’s fine for you to move around, make noise or take a break.
These screenings are open to all but cater especially to people living with dementia. Sound levels are turned down, lights are left on and there are no trailers or adverts.
For more information on facilities and accessibility at the museum, read our full accessibility page.