I thinking of taking a small (5-10) group of visually impaired children (aged 12-17) to London for a 4 day trip. I've have some things I'd like to do but I'm wondering if anyone has any suggestions to fill the gaps
So far I've got
Day 1 Arrive lunchtime - Activity needed for afternoon/evening
Day 2 Tower of london, Dinner in Dans le Noir
Day 3 Speed Boat on thames, sightseeing around the City/Westminster, Rainforest Cafe, Theatre (Charlie and the Chocolate factory?)
Day 4 Shopping, Lunch somewhere special, train home
Does anyone have a suggestion for the first afternoon or the special lunch. I'd like to take them somewhere with a wow factor as a lot of the children will never have been anywhere special to eat.
My planning is very early stages so I'm open to suggestions. I've ruled out the London Eye, Cable car, zoo, art galleries and aquarium because of the children's visual impairment and I think there are better options for them. But anything where they can touch, listen, experience is fair game.
Thanks for any ideas you can give me