Ms Armstrong said she warmly welcomed the move.
“Not every child or adult with disabilities enjoy the hustle and bustle of a building when there are a lot of other people there. But this will see quieter sessions more focused on those with different needs.
“It’s not often businesses, particularly tourist companies, ensure children and adults with disabilities are included and able to fully experience everything everyone else can. But my thanks and praise goes to Exploris for taking my concerns onboard and announcing this move.
“It is refreshing to see attractions such as Exploris take a positive and proactive step towards making inclusivity the norm and welcoming for everyone.”