It’s time to make 2020 a year to remember, and our list of 5 accessible attractions to visit in the UK has something for everybody.
Whether you enjoy visiting museums or watching a thrilling live performance on a theatre stage, it’s time to start planning your next trip with our guide!
Lake District - Windermere Jetty: Museum of Boats, Steam and Stories
Situated by the idyllic Lake Windermere, a brand new museum lays, bringing the ‘sights, smells and sounds of life on the lake to life’. Through interactive exhibitions, workshops and talks, you can discover the world of Windermere’s boats and uncover the people behind the magnificent vessels. After exploring the galleries, you can relax and enjoy a cuppa in the lakeshore café, whilst taking in the breath-taking view across the lake.
Seating for reduced mobility
Birmingham – Cadbury World
Mr Wonka’s chocolate factory has been brought to life! Indulge yourself in a world full of the most scrumptious chocolate at Cadbury World. Chock-a-block with fun-filled, accessible attractions, including chocolate making, Advertising Avenue and fantastic rides, Cadbury World is full of surprises! The famous Cadabra ride has been adapted for wheelchair users and the 4D Chocolate Adventure cinema includes space for two wheelchairs.
Accessible toilets on each floor
Changing Places facility which can be accessed with a RADAR key
Essential Carer tickets
Manchester – Chill Factore
There’s snow fun like skiing, and Chill Factore caters for people who have extremely limited mobility and an array of disabilities, including physical, sensory and learning difficulties, enabling fun on the slopes for everyone.
Adaptive equipment and specialist instruction and support
Accessible parking spaces
Free wheelchair hire
Subtitled Health and Safety information
London – Science Museum
Explore the world of Science at the Science Museum in London. Take a trip to outer space, or immerse yourself in a world of experimental fun, uncovering the work of a lifetime of medical marvels! And when you land back down on Earth, you can refuel at the café, or enjoy an alfresco lunch in the picnic area. Finally, visit the Museum shop to take a souvenir home to remember you’re fun-filled day at the Science Museum!
Sign language events
Flexible opening hours for quieter experiences
Leeds – Leeds Playhouse
It’s time to take centre stage and enjoy show-stopping performances at the Leeds Playhouse. Putting on a variety of theatre productions, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Not only providing a thrilling experience for guests, but the Playhouse also provides an award-winning Creative Engagement programme to provide groups, courses and events for young people, asylum seekers, refugees and older people.
Accessible performances, including audio-described, BSL-interpreted and dementia-friendly
Ramps on the Moon projects casts deaf and disabled actors.