in its new home on High Street, Kensington.
To be honest, neither of us enjoyed it very much,
mainly because autism levels were high that afternoon.
On another day, I think the Design Museum would be a good place to spend an hour or two,
especially when they’ve ironed out their teething problems with interactive exhibits.
The space has clearly been well thought out and the whole museum appears
to possess a layer of peace, two things autism-parents are always on the lookout for.
So, what I’m actually saying is this, go and visit the Design Museum,
form your own opinions and then let me know.
Maybe I’ll go again … on a day when The Boy Child is in school.