Stanley Park, over 1000 acres of forested parklands was recently named the best urban park in the world by Trip Advisor. This amazing piece of nature has an amazing amount of things to see and experience. Over 200 birds species live in the park, there are swimming pools, statues, the Vancouver Aquarium, the miles-long seawall (which has its own Ability Guidebook) and more! If you ever visit Vancouver, you MUST visit this park!!!!
I can’t believe I never shared this book! I hope some people get to visit the museum because of it!
So pleased to do something good for one of my favorite cities in the world!!
The Agora Museum is a very easy place to visit. Much of the museum is outdoors, the rooms follow a straight line so it is not overwhelming with twist and turns and, best of all, if anyone is feeling stressed out, they can go sit in the Agora and take a break.
The Ancient Agora of Athens has several different buildings to visit. There is a book to visit all of the sites as well as several individual books for the buildings. I hope this helps someone with autism have a great day visiting the historical sites of Athens!
As I work to get caught up on all these books I made a discovery today. I had made several books for Athens, Greece that I never put online! So, in honor of the wonderful city of Athens I present….
If you have never visited Stanley Park in Vancouver I highly recommend it! It is one of the largest urban parks in the world and it is not only beautiful but the city has filled the park with beauty and activities that are a lot of fun.
I hope this book helps people with autism have a great walk on the wonderful sea wall!
I hope that this book helps some people with autism get to the Bahrain National Museum!
The Bahrain National Museum has a terrific selection of outdoor statuary. Hopefully this book will help people with autism visit this popular statue. There will be a second book following that will teach how to visit the museum itself.
This Ability Guidebook is for a more complex visit to the Qutb Minar and the surrounding complex. I hope this helps some people with autism have a terrific outing!