Hi Mandy, Though a bit off list, but thought other folks might find these four websites useful too. These first two sites should make your search for attractions a little easier- 24 Hour Museum - official guide to UK museums, galleries, exhibitions and heritage at http://www.24hourmuseum.org.uk/ places2visit.co.uk - Great days out, attractions, zoos, museums at http://www.places2visit.co.uk/ At the following site you can specify when searching for plaices your access needs e.g. vi, mobility needs etc and even pushchairs access for parents. It has useful info about the tube too- The Nationwide Disabled Access Register - access information for disabled people and parents - Direct Enquiries at http://www.directenquiries.com/ I've come across the below site a little while ago and it sounds fun if you're up for an adventure! I didn't have the chance yet to ask them whether I can participate in their activities despite of my visual impairment I'm afraid; thought I'd mention it to you never the less- Spice UK - adventure sports, adventure activity holidays UK, overseas adventure travel, adventure holidays, outdoor adventures at http://www.spiceuk.com/index.asp My big three o birthday is in August and I'm still thinking of something exciting to do that day! Good luck, Mandy, with your search and hope you make the best of your birthday. Cheers, Amro ----- Original Message ----- From: Mandy To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Friday, May 25, 2007 8:37 AM Subject: [access-uk] Apologies: Off-topic. Seems stupid sending this when I know already it's off topic but please can someone tell me, of list so as not to clog up more than I am already doing: a website where I can find information about exhibitions and that kind of thing in London that have special facilities like headphones to listen to the guided tour etc? I'm trying to find something interesting to do next Thursday for my birthday. Mandy.