Planning a day out and need some inspiration? A new edition of The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain launches soon!
The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain is an ideal planning tool for anyone
with accessibility needs. Featuring over 200 comprehensive reviews, the Guide supports people with diverse needs in enjoying the best of Britain’s attractions.
Every venue has been thoroughly checked out by the Rough Guides’ team of reviewers, who either have a disability themselves or have visited the venue with a friend or relative with accessibility needs. There are 25 new entries in the Guide for 2020 including Belfast Zoo, Kew Gardens, Legoland, Trebah Gardens, Leeds Playhouse and Powis Castle.
Created with advice from the Carers Trust and supported by the Motability Scheme, the new edition includes more focus on those who care for people with a physical or cognitive condition. Reviews include details of features such as ramps, accessible toilets and parking spaces, quiet mornings, picture stories, bespoke queuing arrangements and carer concessions.
The Rough Guide to Accessible
Britain reviewer and foreword writer, Emma West, describes the new edition as, “crammed with enticing reviews and essential access information for 200 attractions. Your options for exploring Britain just keep expanding!”
The new edition of The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain and launches in March 2020 and will be available online at: