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Langdon Down Museum of Learning Disability, London

Visit Langdon Down Museum of Learning Disability on your university or college trip to London.

The Museums talks and tours explore the history and work of Doctor John Langdon Down and his home at Normansfield, where he brought an enlightened and revolutionary approach to the care of people with learning disabilities.

The visit includes a presentation on the history of Doctor Langdon Down and Normansfield, with a visit to the museum and Victorian theatre, a viewing of the film on James Henry Pullen and a discussion in small groups on issues about learning disability.

The visit lasts approximately two hours with a presentation and a guided tour. Museum staff will lead the session and all materials will be provided. If you have a particular focus you would like to explore, the museum can tailor sessions to your specific requirements.