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Ensuring that wherever you go or whatever you do it is a positive, cool, fashionable and elegant experience. Style and disability are not mutually exclusive.
cadw: welsh historic monuments
Has a disability access statement.
DisabledGo provides online access information to over 90,000 venues across the UK and Ireland. You can find out about access to all kinds of places including cinemas, hotels, hospitals, and tourist attractions. The website is free to use and you don't need to register.
Has a disability access guide to English heritage properties.
Gives disabled people the opportunity to take up any leisure or learning pursuit, either in partnership with a volunteer or by joining a local club or college.
historic environment scotland
Use search facility to find access guidance.
This link takes you to the National Trust access guides for disabled people.
national trust for scotland
Has a disability access statement at the bottom of its website home page.
Online guide to accessible holiday venues, including places to stay and visit across Britain.
Features user-friendly access guides for London’s most popular theatres, including unique interactive maps to show patrons exactly where they will be sitting in each venue and what the view is like.
tourism for all
Tourism for all, previously known as Holiday Care, is a central source of holiday and travel information for disabled and older people and carers. They can give information on accessible accommodation, visitor attractions and transport, in the UK and for some overseas destinations.