City of London access guide for disabled visitors.

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The City of London's skyline. Image by Matt Kieffer / CC BY-SA The London transport network is not % accessible, but with forward planning visitors with mobility problems should be able to get around most destinations without too much difficulty. Plan your trip on the Transport for London () site, which has an online journey.

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Disabled visitors. Share Share this page on twitter Share this page on facebook Share this page via email. Wheelchair access. The ground floor of Keats House is accessible for wheelchair users. Unfortunately due to the listed status of the building there is no lift access to the first floor or basement.

The City of London website uses cookies. There is no time limit at the weekend. Around St Bartholomew's Hospital the bays can be used for six hours on weekdays. See our map of disabled bays in the City of London. Blue Badge holders can park for an extra hour at pay and display bays after the expiry of purchased time.

See our map of pay and display bays in the City of London. Most stations also have wide ticket gates for wheelchair access or those with guide dogs.

have the best access for disabled visitors, Visitors can pre-book. If you have any questions about disabled access to City Hall, please contact the Facilities Management team on Mental health The following are in place which may support the needs of people who experience mental health distress.

The London Dungeon. Wheelchair access to exhibition. However, there are restrictions on how many wheelchair users can visit at once - so you should contact The London Dungeon before your visit to book a slot.

Accessible toilets A carer enters for free with a disabled visitor Disabled visitors can buy discounted London Dungeon tickets from our shop. Tuesday – Saturday – Sundays – First Thursday of the month – Closed Mondays, Christmas & New Year bank holidays.

Some of London is very accessible, while other parts can be a nightmare for visitors with disabilities. This guide covers my favourite places that are easy to access, along with tips on getting around to make the most of a trip to London. The London Eye provides some of the best views in London, and disabled visitors will be happy to know that it is accessible.

Although it almost continually rotates, London Eye handicapped access is possible because the staff members will stop the London Eye from moving and put out a wheelchair ramp to get onto it. London disabled tourists going to the London Eye need to avoid the stairs near.

A city of icons, from Big Ben’s tower to the winding Thames and its famous drawbridge, wandering through London feels a bit like being inside a pop-up storybook surrounded by your favourite city landmarks.

Before you set off on your accessible London adventure, take a look at a some of the best disabled access reviews on Euan’s Guide right now.

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Pick up an audio guide to discover more about the 11th-century castle, or an expert-led descriptive tour of the White Tower and Jewel House.

All accessible tours must be booked in advance, and registered assistance dogs are welcome. Find out more about accessibility at the Tower of London. Shakespeare’s Globe exhibition and tour. The information in the guide has been researched with care, however not every business or service is in the guide.

If an entry is wrong, please let us know. For a copy of the guide in a different format contact: The Access Officer, Oxford City Council.

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Tel: Our Advertisers:File Size: 2MB. Like many cities, some parts of London are very accessible, while others can be a nightmare for disabled visitors. So, to ensure you have an enjoyable trip, I’ve rounded up my favourite easily-accessible places in London, from famous attractions to restaurants and Author: Disability Horizons.

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"The Tube" Access Guide (for London) Wheelchair access guide for The Tube (The London Underground). The Tower of London - Whilst the Tower welcomes all visitors, this historic building has places with difficult stairs and passageways and wheelchair access is limited.

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There are also a large number of steps throughout the Tower with cobbles laid in some of the roads. London, if you are disabled or mobility impaired, could seem like a challenge to visit. But with a bit of planning, you can experience most things in this great city. In comparison with other major European cities, London is ranked highly when it comes to accessibility.

The vast majority of sightseeing attractions in London are easily accessible. Disabled travel in London can be without problems if you have the right information before you set out.

The sites below are hand picked with facts so you can enjoy London with few access issues. Wheelchair, mobility scooter users and the blind that would have the most problems with access getting around London are given the greatest considerations.

Accessible guide to royal attractions in London 23rd January London is home to many wonderful things to see and do, but England’s capital city is truly blessed to be comprised of so many wonderful royal attractions, a fact that truly sets the city apart thanks to.

A large print guide is available and concessions are offered for visitors with disabilities. Visually impaired visitors have the opportunity to touch and feel key props at various stages of the Author: Telegraph Travel.

Please book in advance, as spaces are limited. Call us on to book. The disabled parking spaces are located underneath the Museum of London building and are accessible via London Wall. Follow the sign that says ' London Wall/Museum of London Goods Inwards’ to the left.

There are 40 toilets for disabled visitors located throughout the building. You’ll find them near the Business Services centre, located on level 0 between hall entrance N4 and S4, the ICC conference suites on Level 3 and the restaurants and cafes on Level 1 and Level 2.

At Society of London Theatre, we are committed to making your theatre experience as accessible as possible. On this section of the site you can sign up to receive our Access London Theatre newsletter and brochure (available as print, Braille and downloadable MP3 format), find upcoming accessible performances and get information to help you plan your London Theatre visit.

If you need step-free access onto the train, select 'accessibility and other travel options' in Journey Planner, and select 'I need step-free access from street to the train'. If you prefer to plan your own route, use Tube map for an overview of step-free access and the Step-Free Tube Guide for detail, including which stations have ramps.

The key is making access information easily accessible, which is why we've produced 'Winning more visitors' (PDF, 4MB), a guide to providing access information on destination websites. A destination access audit, like the one carried out by VisitBrighton, can provide insight into the.

The City of London access team have published a map of the Show showing all the features that might be of special interest to disabled visitors. Accessibility in the City The City of London Access team can be contacted on or by email at [email protected] A technical design guide used by the City of London to enhance accessibility beyond the minimal requirements of the Ontario Building Code.

Temporary Service Disruptions Find a listing of all temporary City service disruptions, program cancellations, and facility closures here.

Disabled Access to London Attractions. Discover 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.

Access guides can be very helpful when traveling to a specific city, state, or country especially if you use a wheelchair. Unfortunately, most travel destinations in our world today have not put forward the time, effort, and research to publish an access guide for wheelchair and other disabled travelers.

This local’s guide to London was written by Chelsea from The Portable best way to see London is by being an invisible tourist, so I’m very excited to share her 10 interesting tips for how to best blend in with Londoners. To contact the Access Manager please email [email protected] or call during office hours.

Improvements to the accessibility of the Barbican Centre are being made all the time; since the creation of the Access Group indisabled visitors to the Centre have .The Tower of London welcomes all visitors and aims to make everyone’s day out successful and enjoyable.

We are committed to improving access and facilities for visitors with disabilities. However, the Tower of London is an historic building with difficult stairs .Tower Bridge can be accessed by bus, tube or train.

Information on transport to the Bridge can be found on the Getting Here page. The accessibility features for public transport can be found on the Transport for London website. Step free access from Tower Hill station, walking distance m ( miles) to the Ticket Office situated on the west side of the Bridge.