If you want to find out about the disabled access at venues or attractions across the capital new website My Access London is for you.
Whether you’re a visitor or a Londoner the site is packed with information to over 17,000 venues, including major tourist attractions like the London Eye, Westminster Abbey, London Zoo and the O2 Arena. All have been visited and assessed in person so you have all the information you need to plan a trip, experience the 2012 Games or just enjoy the place you live.
The site which officially launches at the beginning of June has been entirely funded and developed by DisabledGo, in response to feedback from disabled people and partner London boroughs who wanted to see an access guide totally dedicated to London.
The website offers an unprecedented choice of personally surveyed access guides, standing by DisabledGo’s commitment to never publish self-assessed, non-verified information.
The number of venues featured on www.myaccesslondon.com will significantly increase during 2011 in the build up to next year’s Olympic Games. In July alone, 2,000 additional venues will be added thanks to new partnerships with London boroughs. So visit www.myaccesslondon.com and take a look around, you don’t need to register and its totally free.
Our My Access campaign to promote and develop the site for 2012 and importantly beyond will launch in June. You can keep up to date with all the latest news by joining our Facebook page or following us on Twitter, or if you would like to get more involved get in touch with us directly!