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Top 10 Accessible London Attractions


Accessible London


Our top 10 most visited 

access guides to the

Capital's attractions
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We've compiled a list of our top 10 access guides for tourist attractions in the Capital

From the legendary Wembley Stadium to the iconic Tower Bridge, below are DisabledGo's most visited access guides to London tourist attractions. We've given you a link to each guide so you can find out all you need to know about the attraction's accessibility, ensuring  no surprises when you get there. Equally you can search for all our access guides for London attractions in the search box on the left.

The world-famous British Museum exhibits the works of man from across the globe, dating from prehistoric to modern times. Highlights include the Rosetta Stone, the Parthenon sculptures and the mummies in the Ancient Egypt collection. Entry is free but special exhibitions require tickets.

With free parking for blue badge holders, audio described exhibits and lifts throughout you can be sure of a great day out at the British Museum.

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ZSL London Zoo seeks to provide equal opportunity for all to enjoy the animal exhibits and visitor facilities. The Zoo is more than 170 years old and contains many old buildings, 12 of which are listed. Nevertheless, most of the Zoo is accessible for wheelchair users and those with restricted mobility.

Please be aware that dogs are not permitted inside ZSL London Zoo. If you're affected by this please speak to the zoo in advance to make alternative arrangements on 0844 225 1826.

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"Wembley Stadium has been built to the highest specifications offering every visitor an unrivalled event-day experience."

With level access into the stadium, fixed hearing loops, well lit customer areas and staff trained with disability and equality training  your experience seeing your favourite team perform in this iconic sporting venue will be one to remember.
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"Buckingham Palace serves as both the office and London residence of Her Majesty The Queen. It is one of the few working royal palaces remaining in the world today."

Walk in the footsteps of our reigning Monarch with a visit to Buckingham Palace. With level access, lifts, hearing loops and free of charge wheelchairs, the palace is a "must see" in the Capital. Wheelchair users are requested to pre-book so the palace can make arrangements for your arrival:  020 7766 7324.

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"Hundreds of exciting, interactive exhibits in one of London’s most beautiful landmark buildings.  "

Despite being over 130 years old, the Natural History Museum has a whole range of access facilities including lifts and ramps throughout most exhibits and all stuff receive disability awareness and equality training, all perfect for making your journey through the ages as hassle free as possible.

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"Kings, queens, statesmen and soldiers; poets, priests, heroes and villains - the Abbey is a must-see living pageant of British history."

Despite being a protected Gothic building reasonable adjustments have been made throughout the Abbey for people that have extra mobility requirements, whilst a fixed hearing loop and touch tours are available for those with sensory impairments.

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"The Royal Albert Hall was built to fulfil the vision of Prince Albert of a 'Central Hall' that would be used to promote understanding and appreciation of the Arts and Sciences."

The Royal Albert Hall is an attraction which works hard to optimise accessibility, offering a wide range of access facilities and services, some of these should be requested in advance of your visit. Helpful detailed floorplans arehey even have complete floor maps available on their website.

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"Inside the Tower Bridge Exhibition you will learn all about how the world's most famous bridge works and the history behind its creation."

Take a look at the Victorian engines used to open the bridge and enjoy panoramic views of the Capital 45 metres above the Thames. London's most iconic landmark offers level access throughout and public lifts in either tower. 

"Enter St Paul’s and enjoy the cathedral's awe-inspiring interior. Take advantage of a new touch-screen multimedia guide or join a guided tour to explore this iconic building, both now included with the sightseeing admission charge."

You can't fail to be captivated by the grandeur and triumphant architecture of St Paul's Cathedral. With ramp access to the south entrance, and hearing loops throughout it's a haven of tranquility in the heart of the City.

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"A visit to London isn't complete without a trip to Tate Modern. Britain's national museum of modern and contemporary art from around the world is housed in the former Bankside Power Station on the banks of the Thames."

Britain's largest public collection of modern art strives to be accessible to all and offers a well designed Changing Place facility on Level 1.

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