The UK is home to some of the finest attractions anywhere in the world, with so much to see and do across the home nations. While visiting attractions can be more difficult for those with disabilities or limited mobility, there are still plenty of options available.
To help those with access needs, such as stair lift users, we have published a number of helpful guides focusing on all types of different UK attractions, all of which have been collated on this page. So whatever type of attraction you are interested in visiting, read on and explore this helpful resource of accessibility guides, tips, and recommendations for UK attractions.
From theme parks to gardens, read on to discover attraction guides, containing accessibility information, tips, and recommendations.
The UK is home to some truly incredible theme parks. This guide highlights some of the very best whilst also detailing how accessible they are. Discover accessibility information for Thorpe Park, Drayton Manor, Alton Towers, Chessington World of Adventures, and Paultons Park.
Read the full guide: Accessible guide to the UK's best theme parks
The UK is home to some of the world’s finest museums, but how suitable are they for disabled visitors? Find out how accessible the top museums in the UK are and the different facilities that are available. The National History Museum, British Museum, and Science Museum are all included.
Read the full guide: Accessible guide to the UK's museums
The Peak District’s pretty towns, attractions and limestone valleys have so much to offer visitors who are travelling to the area with limited mobility. In this guide, you can discover accessible attractions in the Peak District, as well as easy access walks in the area.
Read the full guide: Accessible guide to the Peak District
The UK is home to 15 amazing national parks and they are a great destination for scenic walks and are full of beautiful attractions. In this guide, we highlight five of the best national parks in the UK, letting you know what to expect when visiting and also providing an insight into their accessibility.
Read the full guide: The best UK national parks and their accessibility
The summer is a great time of the year to explore some of the UK’s best and most unique gardens. In this guide, we take you through the most accessible gardens in the UK and what you can see at each one.
Read the full guide: The UK's most accessible gardens to visit this summer
From the Eden Project in Cornwall to the National Botanic Garden of Wales, the UK has an array of gardens which cater for visitors with sensory issues. This guide goes into detail about some of the best sensory gardens in the UK.
Read the full guide: The best sensory gardens in the UK
One of the best ways to get into the festive spirit is by browsing some of the UK’s best accessible Christmas markets. This guide takes a look at the most accessible Christmas markets you can visit and shares some information about what you can see at each one.
Read the full guide: Accessible Christmas markets
No matter what time of the year you visit, Cornwall is a hugely popular destination to visit on holiday and it is full of some amazing attractions. But how accessible is the county to visitors with mobility issues? This article gives an insight into the most accessible attractions in Cornwall.
Read the full guide: How accessible are Cornwall’s most popular attractions?
The UK has a rich history and there are so many places you can visit to learn more about the events which occurred thousands and in some cases millions of years ago. However, not all historical sites are accessible to visitors with mobility issues, but this guide looks at UK historical attractions which are accessible.
Read the full guide: Great accessible UK historical attractions
There are artistic, historic and cultural attractions which have opened in recent years and this guide takes a look at these attractions as well as how accessible they are to visitors with mobility issues.
Read the full guide: New accessible cultural attractions to visit
This guide includes an infographic detailing the UK’s most accessible attractions for wheelchair users, including information on parking, restrooms, and other information. The attractions range from wildlife parks and gardens to galleries and castles and after reading the article you can plan your next weekend getaway.
Read the full guide: Accessible attractions around the UK
Want to find out what the best wheelchair-accessible attractions in the UK are in the winter? This guide lists the top accessible attractions you should visit in the UK this winter as well as sharing what facilities are available to people using a wheelchair or who have mobility problems.
Read the full guide: What are the UK’s top accessible attractions to visit this winter
Are you looking for ways to enjoy the summer weather with your family? Make sure to read our guide to summer attractions to enjoy with elderly relatives. Our guide recommends attractions such as Weald & Downland Living Museum, Black Country Living Museum and lots more.
Read the full guide: Summer attractions to enjoy with elderly relatives
By reading the guides linked to on this page, you will be able to find some of the best wheelchair-accessible attractions in the UK that you can visit.
Another suggestion is to always read the accessibility information on an attraction’s website. Most top attractions will detail their accessibility facilities and features in order to help disabled visitors.
If the attraction you are interested in doesn’t include any disability information on its website, this might be a sign that the location isn’t very accessible. You can consider contacting the attraction, however, to clarify the situation.
If you are a wheelchair user or suffer from a mobility issue and are in need of a stairlift, here at Companion Stairlifts our experts will advise and help install a model that suits you and your home. You can check out our range of curved stairlifts and straight stairlifts on our website and if you need to speak to one of our experts, you can contact us here.
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