Autism awareness at Rainham Hall

Rainham Hall is a historic Georgian House in Rainham, London

If you or someone you are travelling with has Autism or ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder), visiting a tourist attraction can be an overwhelming experience. At Rainham Hall we are striving to be autism friendly, to ensure our autistic visitors can enjoy their visit with us.

A visit to Rainham Hall may involve exploring one, two, or all three parts of the site - the Hall, the Garden, and the Stables Café. Therefore, we have designed a visual story for the whole site, as well as splitting this into three separate documents, one for each area. 

These handy documents have been designed to help you plan your visit and to show you what you will experience around the site, so there are no unwelcome surprises.

Rainham Hall full site visual story (PDF / 4.7MB) download

Rainham Hall - The Denney Edition visual story (PDF / 4.8MB) download

Rainham Hall Gardens visual story (PDF / 2.7MB) download

Rainham Hall Stables Cafe visual story (PDF / 2.4MB) download

If you have any questions before your visit, please email rainhamhall@nationaltrust.org.uk or call us in the office on 01708 525579. We will be happy to answer your questions.

For information about physical accessibility across the site, you can read our Access statement here