The British Museum

You can take yourself back in time to an array of 2 million years of historic events and arts in a stunning virtual tour of the British Museum using Googles street view.

Euan’s Guide

Euan’s Guide is the disabled access review website used by disabled people, their friends and families to review, share and discover accessible places to visit.
Thousands of places all over the UK and beyond have been reviewed and listed on Euan’s Guide, and families can use the site to search for accessible hotels, museums, cafes, parks, attractions and more.

The Accessible Planet

A complete guide to activities & places that are accessible to kids in wheelchairs or have limited mobility

The Outdoor Guide

Debbie North is a wheelchair user who has designed an off road mobility scooter so that she can access the countryside and encourage other disabled and wheelchair users to do the same.

Can Be Done

Can Be Done is a travel company for the disabled traveller, giving you access to many destinations with heaps of offers and advice about accessibility, accessible accommodation and all the help for a successful holiday.

Sundown Adventureland

A theme park dedicated to the under 10’s…with many rides and attractions, you can find hours of fun and exploration at Sundown Adventureland.

Drayton Manor Theme Park

Drayton Manor Theme Park has something for everyone including Thomas Land for the little ones and white knuckle thrill seeking rides for the brave adventurers.

 

Shape Arts Youth

Shape Arts Youth believe that everyone should have access to art and culture. By ensuring that access to culture is equal and fair.
Also, by assisting existing cultural organisations and workshops to encourage more access for everyone.

Tower Of London

The Tower of London is one of Britain’s most iconic historical palaces.  Full of intrigue and mystery, dungeons and towers, there is something truly magical about this building.  It’s rich history leads you on amazing journeys through hundreds of years and of course a whole room full of jewels!

They do their absolute best to provide us much access as possible, bearing in mind how old the buildings are access is limited in some places.  Take a look at the accessibility guide https://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/visit/accessibility/#gs.t3l843

Gatwick Airport

At Gatwick they aim to make your airport experience the most accessible and inclusive for everyone.  They offer a variety of services to make sure they include every kind of disability and to make your journey as easy as possible.