People with hypersensitivity or who process stimuli differently, will be able to visit the museum with less of a chance of becoming overwhelmed
The Drents Museum is organising a series of low-stimulus tours for highly sensitive visitors. They are intended for people who, for example, process stimuli in a different way due to autism, illness or a disability. The tours are designed to help people that may also be lower in energy or more easily exhausted, too.
During the low-stimulus museum visit, the Drents Museum will only allow a limited number of visitors, reports the Asser Courant. The lighting in the building will be dimmed, and anything that makes noise will be turned off.
A special area has also been created where visitors can relax, and the museum is offering earplugs.
The first low-stimulus tour is scheduled for Sunday April 4 from 09:30 to 10:45. Anyone interested can register via the website of the Drents Museum.