Accessible London – Wheelchair Friendly Things to Do

Buckingham Palace

In this post, we’ve put together a “Top 10 List of Free and Accessible Things to do in London” for wheelchair users. London is probably the most visited city on earth. It’s a 24-hour city, and it’s vibrant. Accessible London To help you make the most of your visit to accessible London, especially if you’re … Read more

Accessible Days Out in Sandringham

Accessible Days Out in Sandringham

All this talk of Royal Weddings reminds me I still need to tell you about accessible days out in Sandringham, the Queen’s country retreat in Norfolk. We stayed at Elms Farm Cottages in Lincolnshire and drove to Sandringham. From memory, I think it took about an hour to get there, but don’t quote me on … Read more

Accessible Days Out in Lincoln Castle

Days Out in Lincoln Castle

It’s not often you hear me talk about a day out in a castle, but I can highly recommend wheelchair-friendly days out in Lincoln Castle. During our stay at Elms Farm Cottages in Lincolnshire, Carol, our host, recommended we visit Lincoln Castle. I’ll be honest. I was unsure whether it would be worth our time … Read more

The Scotch Whisky Experience in Edinburgh

Whisky Tour in Edinburgh

The Scotch Whisky Experience is located in the heart of historic Edinburgh, next to Edinburgh Castle. It offers a range of different whisky tours, suitable for both the novice and the expert. The Amber Restaurant and Bar The Amber Restaurant serves delicious Scottish cuisine, and the Amber bar offers visitors a choice of over 400 … Read more

Accessible Days Out on the North West Coast

Wheelchair Day Out in Blackpool

Ask most people if they’ve visited the North West coast, and they’ll tell you they’ve been to the Lake District or Blackpool. Whilst both locations are unique in their own right, I can’t help thinking visitors are missing out because there’s so much more to the North West Coast of England. The North West coast … Read more