Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Disabled Access to London Attractions

London disabled access guidesDiscover London accessible tourist attractions listed in this busy section of ABLEize with details of access to London tourist attractions for all disabilities including wheelchair users and the blind and details of disabled access to many of the exciting places to visit in London whatever your disability. London is no doubt the most exciting city in the UK, find accessibility details for places like the British Museum,  London Eye, the world-famous Madame Tussaud’s as well as other exciting places including the Tower of London and the Natural History Museum. All these places are waiting for you to visit and offer high levels of accessibility.

Wheelchair users and the less mobile will be pleasantly surprised to find high levels of disabled access as well as a broad range of disabled facilities from disabled WC’s through to hearing induction loops and audio guides for the blind in most of the top attraction in London. Check out the sites below and start organising a day out visiting some of the most favourite London tourist attractions. Also see the ABLEize guide to accessible disabled travel in London for getting around and enjoying the London sights.

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Details of places to visit and hotels in London for the disabled. Includes theatre guides, travel information and a great selection of accessible London attractions from the London Eye, Buckingham Palace and the National Museum. Well worth a look before visiting London.

A comprehensive guide for disabled visitors highlighting lifts, disabled WC’s and the availability of wheelchairs to one of London’s best loved free attractions.

Wheelchair accessible cable car link across the River Thames. Suitable for most wheelchairs and mobility scooters. View images, prices and ticket sales details.

Highlights the accessible access routes to and around this historic Royal palace including blind and partially sited audio tours, Braille guides and audio guided transcriptions. Details of wheelchair hire, disabled parking and opening times.

WW2 Royal Navy warship on the river Thames just along from London Bridge. Access for wheelchair users is to the main deck and cafe areas only but well worth a visit on a sunny day. Assistance dogs welcome along with a free hand-held personal audio guide.

Official Houses of Parliament website highlighting all disability services and facilities offered to visitors including hearing loops, wheelchair access and WC’s as well as blind access facilities. Site includes video clips and details of their access statement.

Details of how to get to Kew Gardens as well as guides for the blind, wheelchair and mobility scooter users. Site highlights both the accessible and non-accessible areas of the gardens and how to book.

Details of disabled access onto the London Eye. Includes ramp information, WC facilities and the location. Image top left shows a wheelchair user inside a London Eye pod.

Details of full wheelchair access and BSL interpreter services at the O2 including step-free tube, river boat and bus travel. Also offers contacts for a dedicated accessible booking line with typetext options.

London’s highest building with viewing platforms on floors 68, 69 and 72 almost twice the height of any other viewing platform in the capital. Site offers access details for all disabilities including wheelchair users, deaf and blind visitors. Site provides details of concessionary rates for guests with disabilities.

An official guide providing disabled access details to theatres and shows in London.

Level access for wheelchair users with lifts to upper areas. Includes details of parking as well as hearing and vision impaired assistance including BSL interpreted gallery talks. A great collection of bygone transport modes.

Details of disabled parking, toilets and access into and around the zoo along with video clips and guides for all disabilities to this popular London attraction.

Details of access into and around the museum with a download of their Disability Equality Scheme report.

Details of wheelchair access and reduced fares for enjoying London’s top attractions from a cruise on the river Thames. Includes booking contacts via their site.

Access details of the National Maritime Museum and the Queen’s House, Cutty Sark and the Royal Observatory and available wheelchair access and audio tours for the blind.