Theme park to hold events exclusively for children with SEN

Babylon Park, the UK’s only fully-fledged indoor theme park, in Camden, has announced an SEN mornings initiative, which will see it close its doors to the general public to hold specific play times for children with neurodiversity.

The park is set over two huge floors and spans a wide range of activities, games and rides. Babylon Park dedicates a morning each month to neurodivergent children and their families, including those with autism, ADHD, Tourette’s syndrome, OCD and other sensory processing difficulties.

This creates an inclusive and safe environment, tailored to their unique needs, allowing them to fully enjoy their experience without the added crowd stress. The private timings are ideal for SEN children of all ages, siblings and families are welcome too.

Starting from the 20 July until 7 September, the special mornings will be held weekly. Enjoy an hour of unlimited rides and games (excluding the claw grabber and candy floss machine) from 10-11am, with arrival by 9.45am and enjoy exclusive access to the park, free from the hustle and bustle of the general public.

Each booking comes with a complimentary carer ticket and tickets priced at £15 per person.