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.
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)
Eden Project work closely with the Sensory Trust to make sure that your visit is immersive and stimulating. The park is accessible and they provide relaxed versions of many of their family activities to appeal to all audiences.
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.
Wicksteed Park has over 30 rides and activities so there really is something for everyone. Set in beautiful countryside you can relax with a picnic or ride a family friendly rollercoaster or go on a safari! Some rides are accessible and the train has an accessible carriage, there are some gentle slopes but most areas are flat paths.
Alton Towers is one of the UK’s leading theme parks, more than just white knuckle rides there is something for absolutely everybody here. What a wonderful day out!
Wheelgate Park in Nottingham has 7 zones of fun, excitement, entertainment, intrigue and white knuckle rides and a splash zone, theres even a zone just for watch falconry and learn about them. With annual passes and many ways to support people with special educational needs or disabilities it really is a day out for everyone.
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.
Merlin Annual Pass provides access to over 30 of the UK’s favourite theme parks and attractions. The annual pass allows you to spread the cost of entering as well as many discounts and special offers.
Gullivers Land is a family fun theme park with three locations in the UK.