England

Buckinghamshire - Bekonscot Model Village

Buckinghamshire - Bekonscot Model Village

Fully accessable Model Village. Wheelchair friendly, Disabled Facilities Wheelchairs available (please book in advance).
An unforgettable experience for everyone, this unique piece of our heritage is just waiting to be explored by children and adults alike. Intriguing and original, the world-famous Bekonscot Model Village continues to delight and fascinate our visitors - there is so much to see!

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Norfolk - Royal Air Force Air Defence Radar Museum

Norfolk - Royal Air Force Air Defence Radar Museum

# Audio guides specifically for blind and partially sighted people
# Large print information and/or interpretation
# Parking for disabled available
# Touch exhibits and/or handling sessions
# Wheelchair access to some public areas
# Wheelchairs available for l

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Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary

Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary

Natureland Seal Sanctuary is a compact site with gentle gradients and alternative routes are available for the less mobile. Thus making it ideal for older visitors as well as those with mobility problems.

  • Reduced rates available for registered disabled visitors - £3.30
  • Fully accessible shop and Cafe
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Guide dogs welcomed

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  • Cumbria - The Dock Museum

    Cumbria - The Dock Museum

    # All parts of the Museum are wheelchair accessible.
    # Lift to all Floors.
    # There is a hearing loop on `Reflections in the Dock` film show.
    # Accessible Cafe
    # Information available in large print and Braille.

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    Sussex - Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

    Sussex - Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

    A special comprehensive Vistors Guide for Wheelchair Users is available which also gives information on the various access routes available.

    The site is set on sloping ground, with steep slopes in places. Access around the site is on rural surfaces, mainly rolled or loose chippings, in keeping with the nature of the site and buildings. Some roads and paths are cobbled and their surfaces may cause some difficulty for visitors who use a wheelchair or have impaired mobility

    We suggest that, if possible, visitors using wheelchairs should use those with wide tyres as this makes access easier and smoother. The use of a powered wheelchair or four-wheeled mobility scooter allows access to the majority of the open areas of the site.

    A number (but not all) of the main buildings are accessible to wheelchair users as ramps are available for people to get inside the houses.

    The Museum has lots of seats around the site, which cater for visitors who tire easily or need to take things more slowly to enjoy the Museum at a more leisurely pace.



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    Cornwall - Crealy Great Adventure Park

    Cornwall -  Crealy Great Adventure Park


  • The Park can be easily accessed by wheelchair-users or those with limited mobility.
  • Disabled Parking Facilities.
  • Disabled Toilets.
  • Accessible Restaurant
  • All signage in the Parks is in large, clear lower case font.

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  • Middlesex - Kew Bridge Steam Museum

    Middlesex - Kew Bridge Steam  Museum

    Information for wheelchair users
    Approximately 80% of the museum is accessible to wheelchair users via ramped flooring or a lift.
    There is level access from the car park to the museum shop and reception area.
    Access to the 90" Cornish Beam Engine house is difficult, with two flights of steps.
    Our railway carriage now has a wheelchair accessible compartment, enabling rides on our railway.
    There is a wheelchair accessible toilet adjacent to the museum car park, which requires a Radar key which is held at the museum reception.
    Two manual wheelchairs are available for loan to visitors, during their visit. These can be pre-booked by contacting the museum, giving your name and date of visit.
    The Museum is planning to upgrade our facilities still further for the disabled during this year.


    Information for visually impaired visitors
    A large print brief guide to the museum is available, priced 50 pence. Guide dogs are welcome throughout the museum.
    Pre-booked touch tours can be arranged but require two weeks notice to ensure one of our specially trained volunteers is available.

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    Norfolk - Sandringham House

    Norfolk - Sandringham House

    Wheelchair access throughout - helpers admitted free.
    Wheelchairs are available by prior arrangement
    Dogs except guide dogs are NOT admitted in the Gardens but welcome in the Country Park

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    Shropshire - RAF Museum Cosford

    Shropshire - RAF Museum Cosford

    The Royal Air Force Museum offers free admission and parking, along with easy access for all visitors.

  • Access around the Museum is easy with wide aisles for pushchairs and wheelchairs.
  • Wheelchairs and electronic scooters are available free, on a first come first served basis.
  • Friendly staff are available to assist with almost anything.
  • Fully accessible shop, restaurant and toilets.

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  • Cumbria - The Dock Museum

    Cumbria - The Dock Museum

    • All parts of the Museum are wheelchair accessible.
    • Lift to all Floors.
    • There is a hearing loop on `Reflections in the Dock` film show.
    • Accessible Cafe

    • Information available in large print and Braille.

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    Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary

    Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary

    Natureland Seal Sanctuary is a compact site with gentle gradients and alternative routes are available for the less mobile. Thus making it ideal for older visitors as well as those with mobility problems.

  • Reduced rates available for registered disabled visitors - £3.30
  • Fully accessible shop and Cafe
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Guide dogs welcomed

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  • Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

     Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

    A special comprehensive Vistors Guide for Wheelchair Users is available which also gives information on the various access routes available.

  • The site is set on sloping ground, with steep slopes in places. Access around the site is on rural surfaces, mainly rolled or loose chippings, in keeping with the nature of the site and buildings. Some roads and paths are cobbled and their surfaces may cause some difficulty for visitors who use a wheelchair or have impaired mobility
  • We suggest that, if possible, visitors using wheelchairs should use those with wide tyres as this makes access easier and smoother. The use of a powered wheelchair or four-wheeled mobility scooter allows access to the majority of the open areas of the site.
  • A number (but not all) of the main buildings are accessible to wheelchair users as ramps are available for people to get inside the houses.
  • Accessible Cafe
  • The Museum has lots of seats around the site, which cater for visitors who tire easily or need to take things more slowly to enjoy the Museum at a more leisurely pace.



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  • Cornwall - Newquay Zoo

    Cornwall - Newquay Zoo

  • Disabled facilities
  • Easy car parking
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Free wheelchair (Please book in advance)
  • Fairly level site, assistance available if required.
  • Around 85% of the Zoo is fully accessible
  • We do arrange special tours for groups of 10 or more
    Visitor Attraction of the Year 2006


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  • Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

     Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

    A special comprehensive Vistors Guide for Wheelchair Users is available which also gives information on the various access routes available.

  • The site is set on sloping ground, with steep slopes in places. Access around the site is on rural surfaces, mainly rolled or loose chippings, in keeping with the nature of the site and buildings. Some roads and paths are cobbled and their surfaces may cause some difficulty for visitors who use a wheelchair or have impaired mobility
  • We suggest that, if possible, visitors using wheelchairs should use those with wide tyres as this makes access easier and smoother. The use of a powered wheelchair or four-wheeled mobility scooter allows access to the majority of the open areas of the site.
  • A number (but not all) of the main buildings are accessible to wheelchair users as ramps are available for people to get inside the houses.
  • Accessible Cafe
  • The Museum has lots of seats around the site, which cater for visitors who tire easily or need to take things more slowly to enjoy the Museum at a more leisurely pace.



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  • Cambridge - Imperial War Museum Duxford

    Cambridge - Imperial War Museum Duxford

    Duxford aims to maximise the enjoyment of visitors with special needs. Please request any special arrangements you may need in order to make your day more beneficial and enjoyable. (Telephone: 01223 499341).

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    Surrey - Rural Life Centre - Old Kiln Museum

    Surrey - Rural Life Centre - Old Kiln Museum

    Wheelchair Friendly

  • Accessible Toilets
  • Accessible Cafe
  • Disabled Parking
  • 3 Wheelchairs for use - adviseable to book in advance

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  • Cumbria - The Dock Museum

    Cumbria - The Dock Museum

  • All parts of the Museum are wheelchair accessible.
  • Lift to all Floors.
  • There is a hearing loop on `Reflections in the Dock` film show.
  • Accessible Cafe
  • Information available in large print and Braille.
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    Norfolk - Sandringham House

    Norfolk - Sandringham House

    Wheelchair access throughout - helpers admitted free.
    Wheelchairs are available by prior arrangement
    Dogs except guide dogs are NOT admitted in the Gardens but welcome in the Country Park

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    Yorkshire Air Museum

    Yorkshire Air Museum

    Wheelchair access to all displays except the top floor of the Control Tower.
    Wheelchairs available on request.
    Disabled toilet.

    The longest runway in the North of England
    The only French heavy bomber base in WWII
    One of the last Luftwaffe intruder attacks of the War
    The highest number of post war speed record attempts
    One of the few authentic RAF bomber bases open to the public.

    Hull - The Deep

    Hull - The Deep

    The Deep is a modern contemporary building designed to provide access for all.
    The tour starts on the 3rd floor which can be reached by lift or staircase. A series of ramps gradually descends through the attraction and the one short flight of stairs can be bypassed by a lift.
    There are toilets on all floors, including a wheelchair friendly cubicle. Wheelchairs can be borrowed from reception on a first come first served basis. There are audio tours for those who find this an easier form of listening and a recently introduced tactile guide.
    Thirteen free disabled parking bays are located by the front door.
    The attraction has 2 cafes overlooking the River Humber plus 5 picnic benches alongside the river outside.

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    Norfolk - Fairhaven Garden Trust

    Norfolk - Fairhaven Garden Trust

  • Concession rates for Carers as well as Disabled Customers (please ask at the Ticket Office).
  • 90% garden accessibility - weather dependent, lots of rain = harder pushing!
  • Unsuitable access areas are clearly labelled unsitable for wheelchair users
  • Wheelchairs available for lending, and an electric scooter is available (we ask for a donation to contribute towards the cost of upkeep).
  • Note: Wheelchairs and scooter must be booked in advance to save disappointment.
  • Fully accessible Tearoom.
  • Partial access to Plant Sales
  • Some access to Gift Shop (limited due to size of shop, also has small step to entrance, so is 'pusher dependent!).
  • Fully accessible designated toilet.
  • Program of special events - fully accessible. There is no extra charge for the majority of special events, some limitations do apply, please telephone to confirm.
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    Cumbria - The Dock Museum

    Cumbria - The Dock Museum

  • All parts of the Museum are wheelchair accessible.
  • Lift to all Floors.
  • There is a hearing loop on `Reflections in the Dock` film show.
  • Accessible Cafe
  • Information available in large print and Braille.
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    Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary

    Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary

    Natureland Seal Sanctuary is a compact site with gentle gradients and alternative routes are available for the less mobile. Thus making it ideal for older visitors as well as those with mobility problems.

  • Reduced rates available for registered disabled visitors - £3.30
  • Fully accessible shop and Cafe
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Guide dogs welcomed

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  • Sussex - Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

    Sussex - Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

    A special comprehensive Vistors Guide for Wheelchair Users is available which also gives information on the various access routes available.

    The site is set on sloping ground, with steep slopes in places. Access around the site is on rural surfaces, mainly rolled or loose chippings, in keeping with the nature of the site and buildings. Some roads and paths are cobbled and their surfaces may cause some difficulty for visitors who use a wheelchair or have impaired mobility

    We suggest that, if possible, visitors using wheelchairs should use those with wide tyres as this makes access easier and smoother. The use of a powered wheelchair or four-wheeled mobility scooter allows access to the majority of the open areas of the site.

    A number (but not all) of the main buildings are accessible to wheelchair users as ramps are available for people to get inside the houses.

    The Museum has lots of seats around the site, which cater for visitors who tire easily or need to take things more slowly to enjoy the Museum at a more leisurely pace.



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    Shropshire - RAF Museum Cosford

    Shropshire - RAF Museum Cosford

    The Royal Air Force Museum offers free admission and parking, along with easy access for all visitors.

  • Access around the Museum is easy with wide aisles for pushchairs and wheelchairs.
  • Wheelchairs and electronic scooters are available free, on a first come first served basis.
  • Friendly staff are available to assist with almost anything.
  • Fully accessible shop, restaurant and toilets.

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  • Norfolk - Royal Air Force Air Defence Radar Museum

    Norfolk - Royal Air Force Air Defence Radar Museum

  • Audio guides specifically for blind and partially sighted people
  • Large print information and/or interpretation
  • Parking for disabled available
  • Touch exhibits and/or handling sessions
  • Wheelchair access to some public areas
  • Wheelchairs available for l

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  • Norfolk - Sandringham House

    Norfolk - Sandringham House

    Wheelchair access throughout - helpers admitted free.
    Wheelchairs are available by prior arrangement
    Dogs except guide dogs are NOT admitted in the Gardens but welcome in the Country Park


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    Surrey - Rural Life Centre - Old Kiln Museum

    Surrey - Rural Life Centre - Old Kiln Museum

    Wheelchair Friendly

  • Accessible Toilets
  • Accessible Cafe
  • Disabled Parking
  • 3 Wheelchairs for use - adviseable to book in advance

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  • Humberside - The Deep

    Humberside - The Deep

    The Deep is a modern contemporary building designed to provide access for all.
    The tour starts on the 3rd floor which can be reached by lift or staircase. A series of ramps gradually descends through the attraction and the one short flight of stairs can be bypassed by a lift.
    There are toilets on all floors, including a wheelchair friendly cubicle. Wheelchairs can be borrowed from reception on a first come first served basis. There are audio tours for those who find this an easier form of listening and a recently introduced tactile guide.
    Thirteen free disabled parking bays are located by the front door.
    The attraction has 2 cafes overlooking the River Humber plus 5 picnic benches alongside the river outside.

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    Sussex - Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

    Sussex - Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

    A special comprehensive Vistors Guide for Wheelchair Users is available which also gives information on the various access routes available.

    The site is set on sloping ground, with steep slopes in places. Access around the site is on rural surfaces, mainly rolled or loose chippings, in keeping with the nature of the site and buildings. Some roads and paths are cobbled and their surfaces may cause some difficulty for visitors who use a wheelchair or have impaired mobility

    We suggest that, if possible, visitors using wheelchairs should use those with wide tyres as this makes access easier and smoother. The use of a powered wheelchair or four-wheeled mobility scooter allows access to the majority of the open areas of the site.

    A number (but not all) of the main buildings are accessible to wheelchair users as ramps are available for people to get inside the houses.

    The Museum has lots of seats around the site, which cater for visitors who tire easily or need to take things more slowly to enjoy the Museum at a more leisurely pace.



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    Norfolk - Fairhaven Garden Trust

    Norfolk - Fairhaven Garden Trust

  • Concession rates for Carers as well as Disabled Customers (please ask at the Ticket Office).
  • 90% garden accessibility - weather dependent, lots of rain = harder pushing!
  • Unsuitable access areas are clearly labelled unsitable for wheelchair users
  • Wheelchairs available for lending, and an electric scooter is available (we ask for a donation to contribute towards the cost of upkeep).
  • Note: Wheelchairs and scooter must be booked in advance to save disappointment.
  • Fully accessible Tearoom.
  • Partial access to Plant Sales
  • Some access to Gift Shop (limited due to size of shop, also has small step to entrance, so is 'pusher dependent!).
  • Fully accessible designated toilet.
  • Program of special events - fully accessible. There is no extra charge for the majority of special events, some limitations do apply, please telephone to confirm.
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    Cambridge - Imperial War Museum Duxford

    Cambridge - Imperial War Museum Duxford

    Duxford aims to maximise the enjoyment of visitors with special needs. Please request any special arrangements you may need in order to make your day more beneficial and enjoyable. (Telephone: 01223 499341).

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    Cornwall - Newquay Zoo

    Cornwall - Newquay Zoo

  • Disabled facilities
  • Easy car parking
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Free wheelchair (Please book in advance)
  • Fairly level site, assistance available if required.
  • Around 85% of the Zoo is fully accessible
  • We do arrange special tours for groups of 10 or more
    Visitor Attraction of the Year 2006


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  • Devon - Living Coasts

    Devon - Living Coasts

    Inclusion for all is a key policy at Living Coasts and we welcome visits from all sectors including specialist schools and groups. We offer reduced prices to registered disabled visitors and carers are admitted free.

  • Living Coasts is a compact site with gentle gradients and no steps – making it ideal for older visitors as well as those with mobility problems.
  • There is a lift available for access to the first floor Café.
  • Assistance dogs are welcome.
  • Two wheelchairs are available for loan.
  • We have disabled toilets on both the ground and first floors.
  • Although we do not have our own car park, there is a Council run car park next to us, which has 3 designated disabled car parking spaces. We do have a small coach parking area, which can be used for minibuses and coaches. Please book in advance.

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  • Yorkshire Air Museum

    Yorkshire Air Museum

    Wheelchair access to all displays except the top floor of the Control Tower.
    Wheelchairs available on request.
    Disabled toilet.

    The longest runway in the North of England
    The only French heavy bomber base in WWII
    One of the last Luftwaffe intruder attacks of the War
    The highest number of post war speed record attempts
    One of the few authentic RAF bomber bases open to the public.

    Hull - The Deep

    Hull - The Deep

    The Deep is a modern contemporary building designed to provide access for all.
    The tour starts on the 3rd floor which can be reached by lift or staircase. A series of ramps gradually descends through the attraction and the one short flight of stairs can be bypassed by a lift.
    There are toilets on all floors, including a wheelchair friendly cubicle. Wheelchairs can be borrowed from reception on a first come first served basis. There are audio tours for those who find this an easier form of listening and a recently introduced tactile guide.
    Thirteen free disabled parking bays are located by the front door.
    The attraction has 2 cafes overlooking the River Humber plus 5 picnic benches alongside the river outside.

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    Cornwall - Crealy Great Adventure Park

    Cornwall -  Crealy Great Adventure Park


  • The Park can be easily accessed by wheelchair-users or those with limited mobility.
  • Disabled Parking Facilities.
  • Disabled Toilets.
  • Accessible Restaurant
  • All signage in the Parks is in large, clear lower case font.

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  • Surrey - Rural Life Centre - Old Kiln Museum

    Surrey - Rural Life Centre - Old Kiln Museum

    Wheelchair Friendly

  • Accessible Toilets
  • Accessible Cafe
  • Disabled Parking
  • 3 Wheelchairs for use - adviseable to book in advance

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  • RAF Museum Cosford - The National Cold War Exhibition

    RAF Museum Cosford - The National Cold War Exhibition

    The Royal Air Force Museum offers free admission and parking, along with easy access for all visitors.

  • Access around the Museum is easy with wide aisles for pushchairs and wheelchairs.
  • Wheelchairs and electronic scooters are available free, on a first come first served basis.
  • Friendly staff are available to assist with almost anything.
  • Fully accessible shop, restaurant and toilets.

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  • Sussex - Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

    Sussex - Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

    A special comprehensive Vistors Guide for Wheelchair Users is available which also gives information on the various access routes available.

    The site is set on sloping ground, with steep slopes in places. Access around the site is on rural surfaces, mainly rolled or loose chippings, in keeping with the nature of the site and buildings. Some roads and paths are cobbled and their surfaces may cause some difficulty for visitors who use a wheelchair or have impaired mobility

    We suggest that, if possible, visitors using wheelchairs should use those with wide tyres as this makes access easier and smoother. The use of a powered wheelchair or four-wheeled mobility scooter allows access to the majority of the open areas of the site.

    A number (but not all) of the main buildings are accessible to wheelchair users as ramps are available for people to get inside the houses.

    The Museum has lots of seats around the site, which cater for visitors who tire easily or need to take things more slowly to enjoy the Museum at a more leisurely pace.



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    Middlesex - Kew Bridge Steam Museum

    Middlesex - Kew Bridge Steam  Museum

    Information for wheelchair users
    Approximately 80% of the museum is accessible to wheelchair users via ramped flooring or a lift.
    There is level access from the car park to the museum shop and reception area.
    Access to the 90" Cornish Beam Engine house is difficult, with two flights of steps.
    Our railway carriage now has a wheelchair accessible compartment, enabling rides on our railway.
    There is a wheelchair accessible toilet adjacent to the museum car park, which requires a Radar key which is held at the museum reception.
    Two manual wheelchairs are available for loan to visitors, during their visit. These can be pre-booked by contacting the museum, giving your name and date of visit.
    The Museum is planning to upgrade our facilities still further for the disabled during this year.


    Information for visually impaired visitors
    A large print brief guide to the museum is available, priced 50 pence. Guide dogs are welcome throughout the museum.
    Pre-booked touch tours can be arranged but require two weeks notice to ensure one of our specially trained volunteers is available.

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    Somerset - Sanders Garden World

    Somerset - Sanders Garden World

    The garden centre prides itself on having excellent access to facilities for the less able Visitor and sympathic staff.

  • Disabled Bays
  • Accessible Restaurant
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Adapted Trolley for Wheelchair Users
  • Electric and traditional wheelchairs available for customers

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  • Norfolk - Wroxham Barns Limited

    Norfolk - Wroxham Barns Limited

  • Disabled facilities available
  • Accessible Shops
  • Accessible Tearoom
  • Toilet Facilities

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  • Surrey - The Bird Park and Gardens

    Surrey - The Bird Park and Gardens

  • Wheelchairs - Birdworld has wheelchairs available for use. These are provided free of charge although a returnable deposit is required. To guarantee use, it is advisable to book a wheelchair in advance on (01420) 22992.
  • Car Parking - On arrival you will find designated spaces for disabled badge holders, all of which are located adjacent to the main entrance
  • Toilets - There are disabled toilet facilities throughout Birdworld, all of which are clearly marked on our easy to follow 3D map, which you receive upon arrival.
  • Guide Dogs - Guide dogs and Sensing/Hearing dogs are welcome at Birdworld.
  • The Grounds - Flat level paths ensure easy access around the entire site. Due to the extensive amount of gardens, there is plenty of accessible seating and picnic areas for all of our visitors. Take some time to sit and enjoy the surroundings
  • Forest Lodge Garden Centre - Easy access to the garden centre is available via "The Link" footpath. As with the bird park all areas are level and there are further disabled facility toilets.

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  • Norfolk - Sandringham House

    Norfolk - Sandringham House

    Wheelchair access throughout - helpers admitted free.
    Wheelchairs are available by prior arrangement
    Dogs except guide dogs are NOT admitted in the Gardens but welcome in the Country Park


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    Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary

    Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary

    Natureland Seal Sanctuary is a compact site with gentle gradients and alternative routes are available for the less mobile. Thus making it ideal for older visitors as well as those with mobility problems.

  • Reduced rates available for registered disabled visitors - £3.30
  • Fully accessible shop and Cafe
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Guide dogs welcomed

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  • Norfolk - Royal Air Force Air Defence Radar Museum

    Norfolk - Royal Air Force Air Defence Radar Museum

  • Audio guides specifically for blind and partially sighted people
  • Large print information and/or interpretation
  • Parking for disabled available
  • Touch exhibits and/or handling sessions
  • Wheelchair access to some public areas
  • Wheelchairs available for l

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  • Norfolk - Sandringham House

    Norfolk - Sandringham House

    Wheelchair access throughout - helpers admitted free.
    Wheelchairs are available by prior arrangement
    Dogs except guide dogs are NOT admitted in the Gardens but welcome in the Country Park


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    Shropshire - RAF Museum Cosford

    Shropshire - RAF Museum Cosford

    The Royal Air Force Museum offers free admission and parking, along with easy access for all visitors.

  • Access around the Museum is easy with wide aisles for pushchairs and wheelchairs.
  • Wheelchairs and electronic scooters are available free, on a first come first served basis.
  • Friendly staff are available to assist with almost anything.
  • Fully accessible shop, restaurant and toilets.

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  • West Sussex - Tangmere Air Museum

    West Sussex - Tangmere Air Museum

    There is disabled free parking
    Facilities for the disabled
    Disabled Toilets
    Wheelchairs are available on request. These are subject to availability.
    Museum is disabled friendly

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    Humberside - The Deep

    Humberside - The Deep

    The Deep is a modern contemporary building designed to provide access for all.
    The tour starts on the 3rd floor which can be reached by lift or staircase. A series of ramps gradually descends through the attraction and the one short flight of stairs can be bypassed by a lift.
    There are toilets on all floors, including a wheelchair friendly cubicle. Wheelchairs can be borrowed from reception on a first come first served basis. There are audio tours for those who find this an easier form of listening and a recently introduced tactile guide.
    Thirteen free disabled parking bays are located by the front door.
    The attraction has 2 cafes overlooking the River Humber plus 5 picnic benches alongside the river outside.

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    Leeds - Thackray Museum

    Leeds - Thackray Museum

    Provision for Disabled Visitors
    The Thackray Museum strongly believes in access for all and was designed to ensure that disabled visitors were catered for.
    Travel
    The museum has a car park with spaces reserved for orange badge holders and the car park is situated next to the museum entrance. There is a dropped kerb and the approach to the museum is level.
    The bus stop is situated approximately 100 yards from the museum.
    Admission
    Normal admission charges apply, but essential carers are admitted free of charge.
    In the Museum
    The museum exhibitions are spread over 2,500m2 on two floors. There is a lift to all floors, and seating throughout the galleries.
    All areas of the museum are accessible to wheelchair users and space for wheelchair users can be reserved in the conference centre auditorium.
    There are two wheelchairs available for loan for any person who may require the use of one. This includes the elderly and those visitors with walking difficulties.
    Audio tapes are held at reception and can be used by the visually impaired to assist in their visit. The tapes play an audible version of the text, which is displayed in all the ground floor galleries. The tapes are re-charged regularly and are always re-wound ready for use.
    Text sheets are also available from reception for people with hearing difficulties. The sheets correspond to any part of the visitor tour which contains audible materials, for example Interactive TV screens and videos.
    Many areas of the museum also contain objects, displays and activities which can be touched and handled to enhance the visitor experience.
    Toilets
    Fully accessible toilets are located on the ground floor next to the lift, and on the first floor in the entrance to the conference centre.
    Cafe and Catering
    The cafe is accessible to all disabled visitors and an at table waitress service can be offered to disabled visitors if they require this facility. We are also able to cater for special dietary requirements if visitors contact us in advance.


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    London - Royal Air Force Museum

    London - Royal Air Force Museum

    The Royal Air Force Museum has FREE ADMISSION AND PARKING and full disabled access with:

  • Lifts and wide spaced walkways
  • Disabled toilets
  • Reserved disabled parking
  • Wheelchairs which can be booked in advance.
  • Helpful staff are also available on hand to assist with almost anything.
  • Fully accessible Restaurant and Café

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  • Surrey - Ladyland Farm

    Surrey - Ladyland Farm

    Education made FUN and RELEVANT.

  • Access for Wheelcairs from the Car Park to Farm.
  • Accessible to most of the animals on concrete ground.
  • Access to toilets, do wide doors - although not adapated specially for disabled

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  • Isle of Wight - Blackgang Chine

    Isle of Wight - Blackgang Chine

    Suitable for wheelchair users, if accompanied by carers, tarmac paths wind their way round the 40 acres of Victorian gardens, now themed into different imaginative themed areas

  • Disabled toilets
  • Car parking close by & good access to most of the attractions make this park a popular destination for many disabled groups.
  • However, the gardens are situated on a cliff top location so some of the pathways are steep, and require strong pushers or motorised chairs.

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  • Shropshire - RAF Museum Cosford

    Shropshire - RAF Museum Cosford

    The Royal Air Force Museum offers free admission and parking, along with easy access for all visitors.

  • Access around the Museum is easy with wide aisles for pushchairs and wheelchairs.
  • Wheelchairs and electronic scooters are available free, on a first come first served basis.
  • Friendly staff are available to assist with almost anything.
  • Fully accessible shop, restaurant and toilets.

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  • Staffordshire - Blackbrook Zoological Park

    Staffordshire - Blackbrook Zoological Park

    Disabled facilities - most areas and building are accessible.

  • Toilets situated behind the shop.
  • Baby changing facilities situated behind the shop

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  • East Sussex - Bluebell Railway

    East Sussex - Bluebell Railway

  • Level access is available from each of the station drives.
  • Our stations have bridges or subways connecting the platforms, but those with walking difficulties or wheelchairs can be escorted by our station staff via a ramped crossing between the platforms.
  • Guide Dogs are most welcome on the Bluebell. Train destinations are indicated both visibly (with traditional "finger boards") and through audible announcements.
  • One of our carriages has been extensively modified with double-doors, wheelchair lifts and an open saloon.
  • Suitable toilet facilities are available in the ground floor of the "Bessemer Arms" restaurant building.
  • Ramped access and paved gangways are available to view the locomotives within the main Loco Shed.
  • The shop on platform 1 and the museum on platform 2 are both accessible.

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  • Buckinghamshire - Bekonscot Model Village

    Buckinghamshire - Bekonscot Model Village

    Fully accessable Model Village.

  • Wheelchair friendly, Disabled Facilities
  • Wheelchairs available (please book in advance).
  • Almost all paths and walkways are easily accessible by visitors in wheelchairs, however elevated walkway and gift shop have stair access only.

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  • Norfolk - Wroxham Barns Limited

    Norfolk - Wroxham Barns Limited

  • Disabled facilities available
  • Accessible Shops
  • Accessible Tearoom
  • Toilet Facilities

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  • Warwickshire - The Stratford Butterfly Farm

    Warwickshire - The Stratford Butterfly Farm

  • Disabled Facilities Available
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Accessible Shop
  • On site parking facilities are for disabled only.
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    Surrey - The Bird Park and Gardens

    Surrey - The Bird Park and Gardens

  • Wheelchairs - Birdworld has wheelchairs available for use. These are provided free of charge although a returnable deposit is required. To guarantee use, it is advisable to book a wheelchair in advance on (01420) 22992.
  • Car Parking - On arrival you will find designated spaces for disabled badge holders, all of which are located adjacent to the main entrance
  • Toilets - There are disabled toilet facilities throughout Birdworld, all of which are clearly marked on our easy to follow 3D map, which you receive upon arrival.
  • Guide Dogs - Guide dogs and Sensing/Hearing dogs are welcome at Birdworld.
  • The Grounds - Flat level paths ensure easy access around the entire site. Due to the extensive amount of gardens, there is plenty of accessible seating and picnic areas for all of our visitors. Take some time to sit and enjoy the surroundings
  • Forest Lodge Garden Centre - Easy access to the garden centre is available via "The Link" footpath. As with the bird park all areas are level and there are further disabled facility toilets.

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  • Tangmere Military Air Museum

  • There is disabled free parking.
  • Facilities for the disabled.
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Wheelchairs are available on request. These are subject to availability
  • Museum is disabled friendly

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  • Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

     Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

    A special comprehensive Vistors Guide for Wheelchair Users is available which also gives information on the various access routes available.

  • The site is set on sloping ground, with steep slopes in places. Access around the site is on rural surfaces, mainly rolled or loose chippings, in keeping with the nature of the site and buildings. Some roads and paths are cobbled and their surfaces may cause some difficulty for visitors who use a wheelchair or have impaired mobility
  • We suggest that, if possible, visitors using wheelchairs should use those with wide tyres as this makes access easier and smoother. The use of a powered wheelchair or four-wheeled mobility scooter allows access to the majority of the open areas of the site.
  • A number (but not all) of the main buildings are accessible to wheelchair users as ramps are available for people to get inside the houses.
  • Accessible Cafe
  • The Museum has lots of seats around the site, which cater for visitors who tire easily or need to take things more slowly to enjoy the Museum at a more leisurely pace.



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  • Norfolk - Royal Air Force Air Defence Radar Museum

    Norfolk - Royal Air Force Air Defence Radar Museum

  • Audio guides specifically for blind and partially sighted people
  • Large print information and/or interpretation
  • Parking for disabled available
  • Touch exhibits and/or handling sessions
  • Wheelchair access to some public areas
  • Wheelchairs available for l

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  • Yorkshire Air Museum

    Yorkshire Air Museum

    Wheelchair access to all displays except the top floor of the Control Tower

  • Wheelchairs available on request
  • Disabled toilet
  • Accessible Restaurant

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  • East Yorkshire - Fort Paull Museum

    East Yorkshire - Fort Paull Museum

    Suitable for Wheelchair Users

  • Please note that Fort Paull is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and some areas cannot reasonably be made accessible to the disabled.
  • For those parts of the Fort which are not accessible Video Presentations of the respective areas are shown.
  • Disabled Accessible Toilets
  • Accessible Cafe/Bar

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  • London - Royal Air Force Museum

    London - Royal Air Force Museum

    The Royal Air Force Museum is FREE to enter and has easy access for all visitors

  • With lifts, wide spaced walkways
  • Wheelchairs which can be booked in advance.
  • Helpful staff are also available on hand to assist with almost anything.
  • Fully accessible Restaurant

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  • Gloucestershire - Dean Heritage Museum

    Gloucestershire - Dean Heritage Museum

    24 Hour Information: 01594 824024

    Recently re-opened after major refurbishment, now features a lift to all floors and fully accessible toilets to accompany the existing ramp to the first floor.
    This woodland trail has recently been made fully accessible to wheelchair users. Ideal for a family day.

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    Somerset - Sanders Garden World

    Somerset - Sanders Garden World

    The garden centre prides itself on having excellent access to facilities for the less able Visitor and sympathetic staff.

  • Disabled Bays
  • Accessible Restaurant
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Adapted Trolley for Wheelchair Users
  • Electric and traditional wheelchairs available for customers

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  • Cambridge - Imperial War Museum Duxford

    Cambridge - Imperial War Museum Duxford

    Duxford aims to maximise the enjoyment of visitors with special needs. Please request any special arrangements you may need in order to make your day more beneficial and enjoyable. (Telephone: 01223 499341).

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    London - South London Gallery

    London - South London Gallery

    SLG has wheelchair access throughout its public spaces including a ramped entrance, a wheelchair lift to the main gallery and disabled toilets.

    Please call 020 7703 6120 for more information or assistance.

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    Cornwall - Crealy Great Adventure Park

    Cornwall -  Crealy Great Adventure Park


  • The Park can be easily accessed by wheelchair-users or those with limited mobility.
  • Disabled Parking Facilities.
  • Disabled Toilets.
  • Accessible Restaurant
  • All signage in the Parks is in large, clear lower case font.

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  • Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

    Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

  • Much of the Centre is wheelchair friendly with level access to main museum, refreshment room, shop and disabled toilets.
  • Pathways on the 25 acre site are smooth and give easy access to most parts but there is restricted access to the workshops.
  • Similarly access to railway carriages for train rides is not possible for wheelchairs.

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  • Somerset - Sanders Garden World

    Somerset - Sanders Garden World

    The garden centre prides itself on having excellent access to facilities for the less able Visitor and sympathic staff.

  • Disabled Bays
  • Accessible Restaurant
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Adapted Trolley for Wheelchair Users
  • Electric and traditional wheelchairs available for customers

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  • Cornwall - Newquay Zoo

    Cornwall - Newquay Zoo

  • Disabled facilities
  • Easy car parking
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Free wheelchair (Please book in advance)
  • Fairly level site, assistance available if required.
  • Around 85% of the Zoo is fully accessible
  • We do arrange special tours for groups of 10 or more
    Visitor Attraction of the Year 2006


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  • Yorkshire Air Museum

    Yorkshire Air Museum

    Wheelchair access to all displays except the top floor of the Control Tower

  • Wheelchairs available on request
  • Disabled toilet
  • Accessible Restaurant

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  • Warwickshire - The Stratford Butterfly Farm

    Warwickshire - The Stratford Butterfly Farm

    Disabled Facilities Available
    Disabled Toilets
    Accessible Shop
    On site parking facilities are for disabled only.

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    London - United Kingdom Parliament

    London - United Kingdom  Parliament

    The Tour is wheelchair accessible; one carer is admitted for free.

  • Please note that there are only limited opportunities for sitting and resting; tours last approximately 75 minutes.
  • Disabled Toilet Facilities
  • Support dogs are welcome, although only two at a time can be accommodated within the Public Galleries. If this space has already been taken up, visitors may elect to leave their dogs outside the Gallery in the care of the Police if they wish.
  • Induction loops are fitted in the Public Galleries and Committee Rooms.

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  • East Yorkshire - Fort Paull Museum

    East Yorkshire - Fort Paull Museum

    Suitable for Wheelchair Users

  • Please note that Fort Paull is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and some areas cannot reasonably be made accessible to the disabled.
  • For those parts of the Fort which are not accessible Video Presentations of the respective areas are shown.
  • Disabled Accessible Toilets
  • Accessible Cafe/Bar

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  • Hampshire - Breamore Manor House & Museum

    Hampshire - Breamore Manor House & Museum

    Disabled facilities:

  • Parking for the Disabled
  • Accessible Disabled Toilets
  • Accessible Ramps provided
  • Recorded Message & Book about the 2nd Floor
  • Accessible Shop and Cafe
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    Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses

    Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses

    Excellent wheelchair access throughout the Gardens and Glasshouses

  • Telephone for large print or tape guide available in advance.
  • Free loan of manual and electric wheelchair (pre-booking preferred)

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  • Cornwall - Pencarrow

    Cornwall - Pencarrow

    House Facilities:

    Disabled access:
    The ground floor of the House is accessible for wheelchairs. If you cannot walk up the stairs, which are shallow but quite long, your admission price is halved. We have a tape recording of the upstairs tour, which you can listen to and then rejoin your tour as they come back downstairs. There is at least one chair in each room if you cannot stand for long.
    Parking:
    For disabled and those unable to walk far is just outside the House Entrance. A ramp can be provided for the few steps into the House. For the Tea rooms you may park just outside.
    Garden Facilities:
    Wheelchair Access:
    The paths are hard and mostly level but the Gardens are listed and old, so we ask for your understanding that it is not all tarmac! There are gentle slopes on the walk to the American Gardens but wheelchair users with strong arms or motors have said it is worth the effort! There are 2 ramps onto and off the grass on the East Lawn. There are steps around the garden. We have a leaflet at the house or Craft Gallery which shows you where these are. The tea rooms and craft gallery are both wheelchair friendly.
    Toilets:
    Toilets are situated near the tea rooms and there is a toilet suitable for disabled use. There is also a baby-changing mat in the ladies toilet.

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    London - Royal Air Force Museum

    London - Royal Air Force Museum

    The Royal Air Force Museum is FREE to enter and has easy access for all visitors

  • With lifts, wide spaced walkways
  • Wheelchairs which can be booked in advance.
  • Helpful staff are also available on hand to assist with almost anything.
  • Fully accessible Restaurant

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  • RAF Museum Cosford - The National Cold War Exhibition

    RAF Museum Cosford - The National Cold War Exhibition

    The Royal Air Force Museum offers free admission and parking, along with easy access for all visitors.

  • Access around the Museum is easy with wide aisles for pushchairs and wheelchairs.
  • Wheelchairs and electronic scooters are available free, on a first come first served basis.
  • Friendly staff are available to assist with almost anything.
  • Fully accessible shop, restaurant and toilets.

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  • Somerset - Fleet Air Arm Museum

    Somerset - Fleet Air Arm Museum

  • The main entrance to the museum is up a flight of stairs. We realise that not everyone will be able to use this entrance, so there is a ground floor entrance to the left of the main staircase for visitors in wheelchairs or any others who have limited mobility/disability, and for families with young children in pushchairs.
  • 95% of the museum is accessible to people in wheelchairs. The exceptions being the interior of Concorde 002, the 'Brush with War' and Merlin Experience Gallery in Hall 2.
  • Accessible Restaurant
  • The Museum has several wheelchairs for visitors to use - free of charge. Please contact the Information Centre
  • Concession Rate of Admission for the Disabled
  • Group Visits for the Disabled - There are no restrictions on the size of your group, but we request that the minimum number in a party should be 12 people. The museum can provide a guide for your group, again there is no restriction on numbers, the guide service is provided by our Society of Friends, they are all volunteers who give up their spare time to make your visit more enjoyable.
  • Because this service is voluntary we request you book your guide at least two weeks prior to your visit.

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  • Buckinghamshire - Bekonscot Model Village & Railway

    Buckinghamshire - Bekonscot Model Village & Railway

    Fully accessable Model Village.

  • Wheelchair friendly, Disabled Facilities
  • Wheelchairs available (please book in advance).
  • Almost all paths and walkways are easily accessible by visitors in wheelchairs, however elevated walkway and gift shop have stair access only.
  • Refreshment kiosk serving hot and cold snacks. Two picnic areas.
  • We admit Assistance Dogs into the Model Village.
  • We hope to be able to give full wheelchair access to ride-on railway by 2005, and apologise for the restrictions until then.

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  • Devon - Living Coasts

    Devon - Living Coasts

    Inclusion for all is a key policy at Living Coasts and we welcome visits from all sectors including specialist schools and groups. We offer reduced prices to registered disabled visitors and carers are admitted free.

  • Living Coasts is a compact site with gentle gradients and no steps – making it ideal for older visitors as well as those with mobility problems.
  • There is a lift available for access to the first floor Café.
  • Assistance dogs are welcome.
  • Two wheelchairs are available for loan.
  • We have disabled toilets on both the ground and first floors.
  • Although we do not have our own car park, there is a Council run car park next to us, which has 3 designated disabled car parking spaces. We do have a small coach parking area, which can be used for minibuses and coaches. Please book in advance.

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  • Surrey - The Bird Park and Gardens

    Surrey - The Bird Park and Gardens

  • Wheelchairs - Birdworld has wheelchairs available for use. These are provided free of charge although a returnable deposit is required. To guarantee use, it is advisable to book a wheelchair in advance on (01420) 22992.
  • Car Parking - On arrival you will find designated spaces for disabled badge holders, all of which are located adjacent to the main entrance
  • Toilets - There are disabled toilet facilities throughout Birdworld, all of which are clearly marked on our easy to follow 3D map, which you receive upon arrival.
  • Guide Dogs - Guide dogs and Sensing/Hearing dogs are welcome at Birdworld.
  • The Grounds - Flat level paths ensure easy access around the entire site. Due to the extensive amount of gardens, there is plenty of accessible seating and picnic areas for all of our visitors. Take some time to sit and enjoy the surroundings
  • Forest Lodge Garden Centre - Easy access to the garden centre is available via "The Link" footpath. As with the bird park all areas are level and there are further disabled facility toilets.

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  • Bristol Old Vic Theatre

    Bristol Old Vic Theatre

  • Wheelchair spaces available for main house and studio performances. Entrance to the building is via a few steps and there is a stair lift available.
  • Access to toilets
  • Access to bar
  • Infra-red hearing / audio loop facility
  • Guide dogs are welcome
  • People with disabilities requiring a carer can bring a companion for free.
  • Bristol Old Vic has been awarded the RNIB Simply The Best Award 2005 for Leisure Access.
    This prestigious national award is presented to the leisure organisation that has made a significant contribution to opening up arts and entertainment for people with sight problems.

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  • Cornwall - Newquay Zoo

    Cornwall - Newquay Zoo

    Disabled facilities
    Easy car parking
    Disabled Toilets
    Free wheel chair (Please book in advance)
    Fairly level site, assistance available if required.
    Around 85% of the Zoo is fully accessible
    We do arrange special tours for groups of 10 or more

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    Yorkshire - Newby Hall & Gardens

    Yorkshire - Newby Hall & Gardens

    Access - allocated spaces in car park for disabled adjacent to entrance pavilion on natural hard-core surface.

  • Wheelchairs are available on free loan and that we have both electric & manual.
  • Pathways are pea shingle gravel throughout the gardens. One shallow step to the house. Shallow ramped exit from the house.
  • All ground floor rooms accessible in wheelchairs, the ground floor contains the main rooms, e.g. entrance hall, library, tapestry room and statue gallery.
  • Five wheelchairs available for loan if required (best to reserve in advance), particularly for the gardens.
  • Free garden route map for wheelchair users available on request.
  • Other facilities - children's adventure garden comprising many slides, climbing frames, swings, sandpits, some of which are suitable for handicapped users.
  • Likewise miniature railway with sit-in carriages offers a 15-minute riverside trip through parts of the formal gardens.
  • Ramp access to self-service licensed garden restaurant. Also adjacent Grantham Room for pre-booked parties with waitress service.
  • Disabled lavatory adjacent to restaurant.

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  • Staffordshire - W.Moorcroft PLC

    Staffordshire - W.Moorcroft PLC

    W Moorcroft Plc is committed to ensuring equal access to our products for all members of the community and have implemented the following measures:

  • Ramp access to our Shop and Museum.
  • Disabled toilet with ramp.
  • Reserved parking - please notify in advance when booking Factory Tour.
  • Sign Language available for the Factory Tour.
  • Loop system available for the Factory Tour.
  • Our Shop staff are fully conversant and aware of our disabled visitors' needs.

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  • London - Royal Air Force Museum

    London - Royal Air Force Museum

    The Royal Air Force Museum is FREE to enter and has easy access for all visitors

  • With lifts, wide spaced walkways
  • Wheelchairs which can be booked in advance.
  • Helpful staff are also available on hand to assist with almost anything.
  • Fully accessible Restaurant

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  • Isle of Wight - Robin Hill Countryside Adventue Park

    Isle of Wight - Robin Hill Countryside Adventue  Park

    Wheel chair users are recommended to be accompanied by carers as some of the paths are sloping.

  • Disabled toilets are available in two locations
  • A generous discount is provided to all disabled admissions
  • Bear in mind that some of the rides may not suitable.
  • Accessible Cafe
  • Car parking close by & good access to most of the attractions make this park a popular destination for many disabled groups.

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  • Cumbria - The Dock Museum

    Cumbria - The Dock Museum

  • All parts of the Museum are wheelchair accessible.
  • Lift to all Floors.
  • There is a hearing loop on `Reflections in the Dock` film show.
  • Accessible Cafe
  • Information available in large print and Braille.
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    London - Houses of Parliament

    London - Houses of Parliament

    The Tour is wheelchair accessible; one carer is admitted for free.

  • Please note that there are only limited opportunities for sitting and resting; tours last approximately 75 minutes.
  • Disabled Toilet Facilities
  • Support dogs are welcome, although only two at a time can be accommodated within the Public Galleries. If this space has already been taken up, visitors may elect to leave their dogs outside the Gallery in the care of the Police if they wish.
  • Induction loops are fitted in the Public Galleries and Committee Rooms.

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  • West Sussex - Borde Hill Garden

    West Sussex - Borde Hill Garden

  • Visitors have the use of free wheelchairs - adviseable to pre-book.
  • In addition we can offer free audio and Braille guides for the Garden.
  • Borde Hill Garden is accessible for the disabled, as is the Tea Rooms with disabled toilet facilities.
  • In June, near to the entrance, is our rose garden with lavender and herbaceous plants, all giving off a magnificent perfume which
    blind and partially sighted visitors will particularly enjoy.
  • Carers and wheelchair users are admitted for £3.00 each

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    Devon - Living Coasts

    Devon - Living Coasts

    Inclusion for all is a key policy at Living Coasts and we welcome visits from all sectors including specialist schools and groups. We offer reduced prices to registered disabled visitors and carers are admitted free.

  • Living Coasts is a compact site with gentle gradients and no steps – making it ideal for older visitors as well as those with mobility problems.
  • There is a lift available for access to the first floor Café.
  • Assistance dogs are welcome.
  • Two wheelchairs are available for loan.
  • We have disabled toilets on both the ground and first floors.
  • Although we do not have our own car park, there is a Council run car park next to us, which has 3 designated disabled car parking spaces. We do have a small coach parking area, which can be used for minibuses and coaches. Please book in advance.

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  • Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary

    Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary

    Natureland Seal Sanctuary is a compact site with gentle gradients and alternative routes are available for the less mobile. Thus making it ideal for older visitors as well as those with mobility problems.

  • Reduced rates available for registered disabled visitors - £3.30
  • Fully accessible shop and Cafe
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Guide dogs welcomed

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  • Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses

    Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses

    Excellent wheelchair access throughout the Gardens and Glasshouses

  • Telephone for large print or tape guide available in advance.
  • Free loan of manual and electric wheelchair (pre-booking preferred)

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  • Norwich - Norwegian Blue

    Norwich - Norwegian Blue

  • The downstairs area is accessible for wheelchairs
  • Special requirements can be catered for - but please give notice
  • Has a disabled washroom

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  • Lincoln - Doddington Hall

    Lincoln - Doddington Hall

    Comprehensive Information on Facilities for Disabled Visitors
    Click Here for further information covering the following:

  • Disabled Parking
  • Entrance and Admission Fee
  • Toilets
  • Exploring the gardens
  • Exploring Doddington Hall
  • Visually Impaired Visitors
  • Special Educational Needs
    Thanks to a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, we have a range of special facilities for disabled visitors to Doddington
    We recommend that you contact us to discuss your needs with a member of our staff before your visit on 01522 694 308

  • Surrey - Rural Life Centre - Old Kiln Museum

    Surrey - Rural Life Centre - Old Kiln Museum

    Wheelchair Friendly

  • Accessible Toilets
  • Accessible Cafe
  • Disabled Parking
  • 3 Wheelchairs for use - adviseable to book in advance

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  • Tyne & Wear - Sunderland Empire

    Tyne & Wear - Sunderland Empire

  • Wheelchair spaces available in stalls and dress circle.
  • BSL, open-captioned or audio-described performances offered on week long runs.
  • Loop system installed.
  • Disabled toilets.
  • Accessible box office and bar areas.
  • Service available for the care of guide dogs during performances.
  • Some discounts available for registered disabled (please ask for details when booking).

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  • Cornwall - Geevor Tin Mine

    Cornwall - Geevor Tin Mine

    Until very recently, Geevor was an operating mine and is built on a steep slope. As a result some areas of the site are not accessible to those with mobility or visual impairments.

  • We would like everybody to be able to visit us, and enjoy the full site, and are working towards this aim. Currently there is wheelchair access to the museum, a number of the mine buildings and many surface areas. We also offer guided tours around the site and underground to those with visual impairments and guide dogs are permitted everywhere on site, including the underground section.
  • If you have limited mobility or visual impairment and would like further information, please contact us to discuss your requirements.

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  • Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

    Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

    Much of the Centre is wheelchair friendly with level access to main museum, refreshment room, shop and disabled toilets.
    Pathways on the 25 acre site are smooth and give easy access to most parts but there is restricted access to the workshops.
    Similarly access to railway carriages for train rides is not possible for wheelchairs.

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    York - The Merchant Adventurers Hall

    York - The Merchant Adventurers Hall

    The Hall and its collections are fully accessible to everyone.

  • Accessible entrance from Fossgate.
  • A visit to the Hall includes an Audio Tour are available: Standard tour; Children's tour; tour for people with visual impairments.
  • We also have hearing loops and headphones for visitors with hearing impairments.
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Disabled Toilets

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  • Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses

    Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses

    Excellent wheelchair access throughout the Gardens and Glasshouses

  • Telephone for large print or tape guide available in advance.
  • Free loan of manual and electric wheelchair (pre-booking preferred)

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  • Lincolnshire - Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary

    Lincolnshire - Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary

    Natureland Seal Sanctuary is a compact site with gentle gradients and alternative routes are available for the less mobile. Thus making it ideal for older visitors as well as those with mobility problems.

  • Reduced rates available for registered disabled visitors - £3.30
  • Fully accessible shop
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Guide dogs welcomed

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  • Hertfordshire - Hatfield House

    Hertfordshire - Hatfield House

    Visitors with disabilities are most welcome to Hatfield House and to its Great Park and famous formal gardens.

  • There is good access and excellent facilities for all those with disabilities. Necessary helpers are admitted free of charge.
  • Those in wheelchairs are able to visit the entire house. There is a small lift and wheelchairs that fit in are available on loan.
  • Special house tours for groups with disabilities can be arranged, if necessary, at 11 am before the general public is admitted.
  • There is a recommended wheelchair route around the West Gardens, which are mostly accessible throughout the year. The rest of the gardens and the park have good paths and roads, and are generally level, but are more accessible in the dry summer months. Wheelchairs are not provided for outside use.
  • As well as adapted WCs within all the public facilities, there is a separate unisex adapted WC for couples in the Old Palace archway.

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  • East Sussex - Bluebell Railway Preservation

    East Sussex - Bluebell Railway Preservation

  • Level access is available from each of the station drives.
  • Our stations have bridges or subways connecting the platforms, but those with walking difficulties or wheelchairs can be escorted by our station staff via a ramped crossing between the platforms.
  • Guide Dogs are most welcome on the Bluebell. Train destinations are indicated both visibly (with traditional "finger boards") and through audible announcements.
  • One of our carriages has been extensively modified with double-doors, wheelchair lifts and an open saloon.
  • Suitable toilet facilities are available in the ground floor of the "Bessemer Arms" restaurant building.
  • Ramped access and paved gangways are available to view the locomotives within the main Loco Shed.
  • The shop on platform 1 and the museum on platform 2 are both accessible.

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  • Yorkshire - Newby Hall & Gardens

    Yorkshire - Newby Hall & Gardens

    Access - allocated spaces in car park for disabled adjacent to entrance pavilion on natural hard-core surface.

  • Wheelchairs are available on free loan and that we have both electric & manual.
  • Pathways are pea shingle gravel throughout the gardens. One shallow step to the house. Shallow ramped exit from the house.
  • All ground floor rooms accessible in wheelchairs, the ground floor contains the main rooms, e.g. entrance hall, library, tapestry room and statue gallery.
  • Five wheelchairs available for loan if required (best to reserve in advance), particularly for the gardens.
  • Free garden route map for wheelchair users available on request.
  • Other facilities - children's adventure garden comprising many slides, climbing frames, swings, sandpits, some of which are suitable for handicapped users.
  • Likewise miniature railway with sit-in carriages offers a 15-minute riverside trip through parts of the formal gardens.
  • Ramp access to self-service licensed garden restaurant. Also adjacent Grantham Room for pre-booked parties with waitress service.
  • Disabled lavatory adjacent to restaurant.

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  • London - Royal Air Force Museum

    London - Royal Air Force Museum

    The Royal Air Force Museum is FREE to enter and has easy access for all visitors, with lifts, wide spaced walkways and wheelchairs which can be booked in advance. Helpful staff are also available on hand to assist with almost anything.

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    Devon - Living Coasts

    Devon - Living Coasts

    Inclusion for all is a key policy at Living Coasts and we welcome visits from all sectors including specialist schools and groups. We offer reduced prices to registered disabled visitors and carers are admitted free.

  • Living Coasts is a compact site with gentle gradients and no steps – making it ideal for older visitors as well as those with mobility problems.
  • There is a lift available for access to the first floor Café.
  • Assistance dogs are welcome.
  • Two wheelchairs are available for loan.
  • We have disabled toilets on both the ground and first floors.
  • Although we do not have our own car park, there is a Council run car park next to us, which has 3 designated disabled car parking spaces. We do have a small coach parking area, which can be used for minibuses and coaches. Please book in advance.

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  • Somerset - Sanders Garden World

    Somerset - Sanders Garden World

    The garden centre prides itself on having excellent access to facilities for the less able Visitor and sympathetic staff.

  • Disabled Bays
  • Accessible Restaurant
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Adapted Trolley for Wheelchair Users
  • Electric and traditional wheelchairs available for customers

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  • Staffordshire - W.Moorcroft PLC

    Staffordshire - W.Moorcroft PLC

    W Moorcroft Plc is committed to ensuring equal access to our products for all members of the community and have implemented the following measures:

  • Ramp access to our Shop and Museum.
  • Disabled toilet with ramp.
  • Reserved parking - please notify in advance when booking Factory Tour.
  • Sign Language available for the Factory Tour.
  • Loop system available for the Factory Tour.
  • Our Shop staff are fully conversant and aware of our disabled visitors' needs.

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  • Cumbria - The Dock Museum

    Cumbria - The Dock Museum

  • All parts of the Museum are wheelchair accessible.
  • Lift to all Floors.
  • There is a hearing loop on `Reflections in the Dock` film show.
  • Information available in large print and Braille.
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    Norfolk - Royal Air Force Air Defence Radar Museum

    Norfolk - Royal Air Force Air Defence Radar Museum

  • Audio guides specifically for blind and partially sighted people
  • Large print information and/or interpretation
  • Parking for disabled available
  • Touch exhibits and/or handling sessions
  • Wheelchair access to some public areas
  • Wheelchairs available for l

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  • Cambridge - Imperial War Museum Duxford

    Cambridge - Imperial War Museum Duxford

    Duxford aims to maximise the enjoyment of visitors with special needs. Please request any special arrangements you may need in order to make your day more beneficial and enjoyable. (Telephone: 01223 499341).

  • Access
  • Most of the complex can be toured without restriction.
  • Toilets for the disabled are located around the site.
  • Parking is free. No dogs please (except guide dogs).
  • Wheelchairs are available on request, or you may pre-book them.

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  • Norfolk - Wroxham Barns Limited

    Norfolk - Wroxham Barns Limited

  • Disabled facilities available
  • Accessible Shops
  • Accessible Tearoom
  • Toilet Facilities
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    London - South London Gallery

    London - South London Gallery

    SLG has wheelchair access throughout its public spaces including a ramped entrance, a wheelchair lift to the main gallery and disabled toilets.

    Please call 020 7703 6120 for more information or assistance.

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    East Yorkshire - Fort Paull Museum

    East Yorkshire - Fort Paull Museum

    Suitable for Wheelchair Users

  • Please note that Fort Paull is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and some areas cannot reasonably be made accessible to the disabled.
  • For those parts of the Fort which are not accessible Video Presentations of the respective areas are shown.
  • Disabled Accessible Toilets
  • Accessible Cafe/Bar

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  • Isle of Wight - Robin Hill Countryside Adventue Park

    Isle of Wight - Robin Hill Countryside Adventue  Park

    Wheel chair users are recommended to be accompanied by carers as some of the paths are sloping.

  • Disabled toilets are available in two locations
  • A generous discount is provided to all disabled admissions
  • Bear in mind that some of the rides may not suitable.
  • Car parking close by & good access to most of the attractions make this park a popular destination for many disabled groups.

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  • Isle of Wight - Blackgang Chine

    Isle of Wight - Blackgang Chine

    Suitable for wheelchair users, if accompanied by carers, tarmac paths wind their way round the 40 acres of Victorian gardens, now themed into different imaginative themed areas

  • Disabled toilets
  • Car parking close by & good access to most of the attractions make this park a popular destination for many disabled groups.
  • However, the gardens are situated on a cliff top location so some of the pathways are steep, and require strong pushers or motorised chairs.

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  • Somerset - Fleet Air Arm Museum

    Somerset - Fleet Air Arm Museum

    The main entrance to the museum is up a flight of stairs. We realise that not everyone will be able to use this entrance, so there is a ground floor entrance to the left of the main staircase for visitors in wheelchairs or any others who have limited mobility/disability, and for families with young children in pushchairs.

  • 95% of the museum is accessible to people in wheelchairs. The exceptions being the interior of Concorde 002, the Brush with War and Merlin Experience Gallery in Hall 2.
  • The Museum has several wheelchairs for visitors to use - free of charge. Please contact the Information Centre
  • Concession Rate of Admission is £7 for the Disabled
  • Group Visits for the Disabled is £5 - There are no restrictions on the size of your group, but we request that the minimum number in a party should be 12 people. The museum can provide a guide for your group, again there is no restriction on numbers, the guide service is provided by our Society of Friends, they are all volunteers who give up their spare time to make your visit more enjoyable. Because this service is voluntary we request you book your guide at least two weeks prior to your visit.

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  • Cumbria - The Watermill

    Cumbria - The Watermill

  • The Tearoom and Millshop and the ground floor of the Mill are accessible for people using wheelchairs with assistance.
  • There is a disabled toilet.

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  • Leeds - Thackray Museum

    Leeds - Thackray Museum

    Provision for Disabled Visitors
    The Thackray Museum strongly believes in access for all and was designed to ensure that disabled visitors were catered for.
    Travel
    The museum has a car park with spaces reserved for orange badge holders and the car park is situated next to the museum entrance. There is a dropped kerb and the approach to the museum is level.
    The bus stop is situated approximately 100 yards from the museum.
    Admission
    Normal admission charges apply, but essential carers are admitted free of charge.
    In the Museum
    The museum exhibitions are spread over 2,500m2 on two floors. There is a lift to all floors, and seating throughout the galleries.
    All areas of the museum are accessible to wheelchair users and space for wheelchair users can be reserved in the conference centre auditorium.
    There are two wheelchairs available for loan for any person who may require the use of one. This includes the elderly and those visitors with walking difficulties.
    Audio tapes are held at reception and can be used by the visually impaired to assist in their visit. The tapes play an audible version of the text, which is displayed in all the ground floor galleries. The tapes are re-charged regularly and are always re-wound ready for use.
    Text sheets are also available from reception for people with hearing difficulties. The sheets correspond to any part of the visitor tour which contains audible materials, for example Interactive TV screens and videos.
    Many areas of the museum also contain objects, displays and activities which can be touched and handled to enhance the visitor experience.
    Toilets
    Fully accessible toilets are located on the ground floor next to the lift, and on the first floor in the entrance to the conference centre.
    Cafe and Catering
    The cafe is accessible to all disabled visitors and an at table waitress service can be offered to disabled visitors if they require this facility. We are also able to cater for special dietary requirements if visitors contact us in advance.


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    London - United Kingdom Parliament

    London - United Kingdom  Parliament

    The Tour is wheelchair accessible; one carer is admitted for free.

  • Please note that there are only limited opportunities for sitting and resting; tours last approximately 75 minutes.
  • Disabled Toilet Facilities
  • Support dogs are welcome, although only two at a time can be accommodated within the Public Galleries. If this space has already been taken up, visitors may elect to leave their dogs outside the Gallery in the care of the Police if they wish.
  • Induction loops are fitted in the Public Galleries and Committee Rooms.

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  • Norwich - Fairhaven Garden Trust

    Norwich - Fairhaven Garden Trust

  • Concession rates for Carers as well as Disabled Customers (please ask at the Ticket Office).
  • 90% garden accessibility - weather dependent, lots of rain = harder pushing!
  • Unsuitable access areas are clearly labelled 'unsitable for wheelchair users'
  • Wheelchairs available for lending, and an electric scooter is available (we ask for a donation to contribute towards the cost of upkeep).
  • Note: Wheelchairs and scooter must be booked in advance to save disappointment.
  • Fully accessible Tearoom.
  • Partial access to Plant Sales
  • Some access to Gift Shop (limited due to size of shop, also has small step to entrance, so is 'pusher dependent!).
  • Fully accessible designated toilet.
  • Program of special events - fully accessible. There is no extra charge for the majority of special events, some limitations do apply, please telephone to confirm.


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    Cornwall - Crealy Great Adventure Park

    Cornwall -  Crealy Great Adventure Park


  • The Park can be easily accessed by wheelchair-users or those with limited mobility.
  • Disabled Parking Facilities.
  • Disabled Toilets.
  • All signage in the Parks is in large, clear lower case font.

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  • Devon - Crealy Adventure Park

    Devon - Crealy Adventure Park

  • Both Parks can be easily accessed by wheelchair-users or those with limited mobility.
  • Disabled Parking Facilities.
  • Disabled Toilets.
  • All signage in the Parks is in large, clear lower case font.

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    Berkshire - Savill Garden - Windsor Great Park

    Berkshire -  Savill Garden - Windsor Great Park

  • The garden, restaurant and shop are accessible for wheelchair users.
  • Wheelchairs are also available for use by garden visitors.
  • Carers are admitted free of charge.


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    Hampshire - Milestones - Living History Museum

    Hampshire - Milestones - Living History Museum

    Access
    Two lifts and a staircase offer easy access from the reception area down to the displays, which are 8 metres below ground level. Although some of the streets are cobbled, there are no steps to climb and plenty of seats throughout the museum. All video screens have subtitles.

    Free Audio Guide Tours, with a commentary by Rory Bremner

    Facilities
    Toilets available in reception area and display arena. Baby care room, first aid room available in reception.

    Gift Shop - Fully Accessible,
    Souvenirs of every kind, also gift vouchers which can be used for admission tickets

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    Hampshire - Breamore Manor House & Museum

    Hampshire - Breamore Manor House & Museum

    Disabled facilities:

  • Parking for the Disabled
  • Accessible Disabled Toilets
  • Accessible Ramps provided
  • Recorded Message & Book about the 2nd Floor
  • Accessible Shop
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    Norfolk - Wolterton & Mannington Estate

    Norfolk - Wolterton & Mannington Estate

  • Disabled Parking
  • Wheelchair Accessible Lavatories
  • Accessible Shop
  • At Mannington - broadwalk for wheelchair/pushchair crosses wet flower meadow
  • Wheelchair Accessible Observation Hide at Manningtom

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  • Dorset - Shaftesbury Abbey Museum & Garden

    Dorset - Shaftesbury Abbey Museum & Garden

    Free audio tour
    Simple English Audio Tour
    Interactive display
    Large print hand held guide
    Large print audio tour script on request
    Gift shop and plant sales
    Dogs on leads welcome
    Disabled toilet
    Parking for disabled visitors

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    Cornwall - Pencarrow

    Cornwall - Pencarrow

    Disabled access: The ground floor of the House is accessible for wheelchairs. If you cannot walk up the stairs, which are shallow but quite long, your admission price is halved. We have a tape recording of the upstairs tour, which you can listen to and then rejoin your tour as they come back downstairs. There is at least one chair in each room if you cannot stand for long.
    Parking:
    For disabled and those unable to walk far is just outside the House Entrance. A ramp can be provided for the few steps into the House. For the Tea rooms you may park just outside.
    Garden Facilities:
    Wheelchair Access:
    The paths are hard and mostly level but the Gardens are listed and old, so we ask for your understanding that it is not all tarmac! There are gentle slopes on the walk to the American Gardens but wheelchair users with strong arms or motors have said it is worth the effort! There are 2 ramps onto and off the grass on the East Lawn. There are steps around the garden. We have a leaflet at the house or Craft Gallery which shows you where these are. The tea rooms and craft gallery are both wheelchair friendly.
    Toilets:
    Toilets are situated near the tea rooms and there is a toilet suitable for disabled use. There is also a baby-changing mat in the ladies toilet.


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    Warwickshire - The Stratford Butterfly Farm

    Warwickshire - The Stratford Butterfly Farm

    Disabled Facilities Available
    Disabled Toilets
    Accessible Shop
    On site parking facilities are for disabled only.

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    Warwickshire - Twycross Zoo

    Warwickshire - Twycross Zoo

    Disabled Facilities available
    Toilets for the Disabled
    Accessible Shop
    All areas are accessible to wheelchairs



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    Hampshire - Royal Victoria Country Park

    Hampshire - Royal Victoria Country Park

    Play Areas for All.
    We have three play areas designed to cater for different age groups and abilities: two (for toddlers and older children) are constructed of wood with swings, slides and various climbing frames.

    The other has been specifically designed (with funding from a local group Play for All) for wheelchair users with swings and a roundabout.
    The latter is accessible by RADAR key which can be borrowed or bought (4) from the park office. All play areas are close to the Tea Room and toilets.
    Sensory Garden, trails with easy access routes. Wheelchairs available to borrow.
    Free car parking for registered disabled.
    Large print brochures available.



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    Warwickshire - Ragley Hall

    Warwickshire - Ragley Hall

    Disabled Facilities available
    Disabled Toilets
    Access to the Shops/Tea Rooms
    Lifts to First Floor

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    Warwickshire - Ryton Organic Gardens

    Warwickshire - Ryton Organic Gardens

    Disabled Toilets
    The gardens, shop and restaurant are all fully accessible to wheelchair users.
    We have three wheelchairs available, including two motorised chairs, and there are toilets for those with disabilities. If you would like the use of a wheelchair during your visit, we would recommend that you book one in advance particularly during the summer months as the demand can be high. To book a wheelchair for your visit please contact the shop on 024 7630 8201.
    Take a look at our Special Needs Garden run in association with Horticultural Therapy.
    Guide dogs are welcome.

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    Gloucestershire - Dean Heritage Museum

    Gloucestershire - Dean Heritage Museum

    24 Hour Information: 01594 824024

    Recently re-opened after major refurbishment, now features a lift to all floors and fully accessible toilets to accompany the existing ramp to the first floor.
    This woodland trail has recently been made fully accessible to wheelchair users. Ideal for a family day.

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    Middlesex - Kew Bridge Steam Museum

    Middlesex - Kew Bridge Steam  Museum

    Information for wheelchair users
    Approximately 80% of the museum is accessible to wheelchair users via ramped flooring or a lift.
    There is level access from the car park to the museum shop and reception area.
    Access to the 90" Cornish Beam Engine house is difficult, with two flights of steps.
    Our railway carriage now has a wheelchair accessible compartment, enabling rides on our railway.
    There is a wheelchair accessible toilet adjacent to the museum car park, which requires a Radar key which is held at the museum reception.
    Two manual wheelchairs are available for loan to visitors, during their visit. These can be pre-booked by contacting the museum, giving your name and date of visit.
    The Museum is planning to upgrade our facilities still further for the disabled during this year.


    Information for visually impaired visitors
    A large print brief guide to the museum is available, priced 50 pence. Guide dogs are welcome throughout the museum.
    Pre-booked touch tours can be arranged but require two weeks notice to ensure one of our specially trained volunteers is available.

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    Humberside - The Deep

    Humberside - The Deep

    The Deep is a modern contemporary building designed to provide access for all.
    The tour starts on the 3rd floor which can be reached by lift or staircase. A series of ramps gradually descends through the attraction and the one short flight of stairs can be bypassed by a lift.
    There are toilets on all floors, including a wheelchair friendly cubicle. Wheelchairs can be borrowed from reception on a first come first served basis. There are audio tours for those who find this an easier form of listening and a recently introduced tactile guide.
    Thirteen free disabled parking bays are located by the front door.
    The attraction has 2 cafes overlooking the River Humber plus 5 picnic benches alongside the river outside.

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    West Sussex - Tangmere Air Museum

    West Sussex - Tangmere Air Museum

    There is disabled free parking
    Facilities for the disabled
    Disabled Toilets
    Wheelchairs are available on request. These are subject to availability.
    Museum is disabled friendly

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    Sussex - Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

    Sussex - Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

    A special comprehensive Vistors Guide for Wheelchair Users is available which also gives information on the various access routes available.

    The site is set on sloping ground, with steep slopes in places. Access around the site is on rural surfaces, mainly rolled or loose chippings, in keeping with the nature of the site and buildings. Some roads and paths are cobbled and their surfaces may cause some difficulty for visitors who use a wheelchair or have impaired mobility

    We suggest that, if possible, visitors using wheelchairs should use those with wide tyres as this makes access easier and smoother. The use of a powered wheelchair or four-wheeled mobility scooter allows access to the majority of the open areas of the site.

    A number (but not all) of the main buildings are accessible to wheelchair users as ramps are available for people to get inside the houses.

    The Museum has lots of seats around the site, which cater for visitors who tire easily or need to take things more slowly to enjoy the Museum at a more leisurely pace.



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    Cornwall - Newquay Zoo

    Cornwall - Newquay Zoo

    Disabled facilities
    Easy car parking
    Disabled Toilets
    Free wheel chair (Please book in advance)
    Fairly level site, assistance available if required.
    Around 85% of the Zoo is fully accessible
    We do arrange special tours for groups of 10 or more

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    Norfolk - Sandringham House

    Norfolk - Sandringham House

    Wheelchair access throughout - helpers admitted free.
    Wheelchairs are available by prior arrangement
    Dogs except guide dogs are NOT admitted in the Gardens but welcome in the Country Park


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    Berkshire - Wellington Country Park

    Berkshire - Wellington Country Park

    Disabled friendly but we do have gravel paths
    around the Park.

    Disabled Toilets

    Fishing Platform

    NatureTrail for the Disabled

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    Yorkshire Air Museum

    Yorkshire Air Museum

    Wheelchair access to all displays except the top floor of the Control Tower.
    Wheelchairs available on request.
    Disabled toilet.

    The longest runway in the North of England
    The only French heavy bomber base in WWII
    One of the last Luftwaffe intruder attacks of the War
    The highest number of post war speed record attempts
    One of the few authentic RAF bomber bases open to the public.

    Staffordshire - Blackbrook Zoological Park

    Staffordshire - Blackbrook Zoological Park

    Set admid the Staffordshire Moorlands disabled access to most areas and buildings. The Disabled toilets are centrally located behind the Main Shop.

    Surrey - Ladyland Farm

    Surrey - Ladyland Farm

    Education made FUN and RELEVANT.

    Access for Wheelcairs from the Car Park to Farm.
    Accessible to most of the animals on concrete ground.
    Access to toilets, do wide doors - although not adapated specially for disabled

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    Buckinghamshire - Bekonscot Model Village

    Buckinghamshire - Bekonscot Model Village

    Fully accessable Model Village. Wheelchair friendly, Disabled Facilities Wheelchairs available (please book in advance).
    An unforgettable experience for everyone, this unique piece of our heritage is just waiting to be explored by children and adults alike. Intriguing and original, the world-famous Bekonscot Model Village continues to delight and fascinate our visitors - there is so much to see!

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    Yorkshire - St Leonards Farm Park

    Yorkshire - St Leonards Farm Park

    Come and meet friendly farmer James on his award winning farm in Esholt Village, Bradford (Original home of TVs Emmerdale).

    The Farm has lots of different animals, some of which you can feed. Vist our play areas - especially the popular straw play barn with its tunners and swing ropes; small animal enclosure; nature footpath; well stocked gift shop and new Tea Room!

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