Situated in Blackpool, Sandcastle Water Park offers all the fun and excitement of a water park with wild tube splash rides, lots of pool areas. They have really focussed on accessibility for all and have pool friendly wheelchairs, specially trained ambassadors who are there to help, cool and shady places for assistance dogs, a Changing Places wet room and lots of accessible toilet and changing facilities. They host regular relaxed evenings to make the park more accessible for people with sensory needs. They have also catered for people with specific dietary requirements by creating a separate menu of choices for those with allergies etc, all they ask is that you give the park a call the dedicated helpline and let them know all of your requirements before you go.
Set in the INTU Trafford Centre it’s incredibly easy to make a trip to the Manchester SEALIFE Centre. A chance to explore the underwater kingdoms from the whole of our planet, learn about all the species and understand more about the conservation.
For a brilliant and fun day out in the South East this is a great all rounder, will hundreds of animals to see at the zoo, fun exploring and playing as well as rides and attractions there really is something for everyone.
Enjoy a day out at Knowsley Safari….a great day to drive or walk around the park and watch animals in a natural habitat.
Take a look at how you can enjoy the park when you have a disability or need accessibility information.
There’s so much to do at Chessington we don’t think we have enough space to tell you about the 1000 animals you could see or the 40 rides you could enjoy or the go ape park, glamping site, themed hotels or the hundreds of other things to make your visit amazing. Their accessibility and inclusion policy make the park enjoyable for everyone….Oooh, I nearly forgot the Sea Life Centre (My favourite)
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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.