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Museum of London takes subtitling in-house

For the first time the Museum of London will be managing their subtitled tours in-house.
 
The Museum of London will be using their own equipment to deliver talks and tours to deaf, deafened and hard of hearing audiences.
 
The current line up of events includes the archeology of crossrail and historical tour of the wartorn Docklands.
 
Find out further details below:
 
Discover the Docklands during WWII
Come and discover the turbulent events of the Second World War, when the docks were almost destroyed during the Blitz with a guided tour and portable tablets of live subtitles.
 
Learn more about The Archaeology of Crossrail and discover finds ranging from prehistoric flint tools to a Tudor bowling ball with a guide and portable tablets featuring live subtitles.
 
Other events are soon to be announced so keep your eyes on our What’s On page to keep up to date with our listings. You can also sign up to our mailing list to for regular updates on accessible news and events.

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