It’s wonderful that Legoland has more activity parks and discovery centres around the country and Birmingham is no exception. A wonderful experience for all ages. With soft play for younger visitors and 4D cinema and indoor rides it’s a great place to visit. New measures have been put in place to make your visit Covid safe.
Adventure Wonderland in Bournemouth is a fun packed family day out…with lots of fun rides and attractions including Shaun The Sheep and a spooky trip into the woods during October Half Term.
They make sure the park is as accessible as possible, most paths are level and tarmac and their are facilities on site.
Barleylands offers so much to do that you won’t stop being busy on your visit, to feeding & petting animals, challenges and nature trails, seeing the birds of prey or even taking part in some races.
Paultons has been voted the No 1 theme park in the UK and with the additional benefit of Peppa Pig World whats not to love.
They do everything they can to make sure that all guests are catered for and as many rides and attractions are accessible.
Wheelchair accessible luxury self-catering holiday lodges and disability accessible lodges nestled in mature woodlands. The Homelands Trust offers award-winning, self-catering short breaks and holidays for disabled people. Four luxurious, accessible lodges in the pretty seaside village of Lundin Links, Fife, Scotland. All specialist equipment available free of charge. Direct Payments/ Self Directed Support budgets/ Charity grant funding can be used.
Hindhead Music Centre in Surrey introduce their courses for children with disabilities.
Unlocking the arts for all young people.
They believe Art should be available and accessible for all regardless of ability.
National Association for Swimming Clubs for people with Disabilities.
They encourage the development of swimming clubs, run regional and national swimming galas and training courses for helpers.
The Orchyd holiday aims to be a fantastic ten-day experience. Based in St. Martin’s Church Hall in Ruislip, where the children lay their heads at night and where they are assigned a helper each morning before setting off on another amazing day’s adventure.