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Westminster Abbey is working in partnership with DisabledGo, to produce a detailed pan-disability Accessibility Checker for the Abbey. The accessibility information in the guide aims to assist potential visitors with disabilities to Westminster Abbey so they can find out about access in advance. Westminster Abbey has been visited and assessed in person by a highly trained DisabledGo surveyor, who has looked at a whole range of accessibility features. Below you will find the accessibility information for each area of Westminster Abbey.
There is no parking available at Westminster Abbey, therefore it is recommended that you travel there by train or by bus. Alternatively, taxis are able to drop off customers at the Sanctuary, at the west end of the Abbey.
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Accessing Westminster Abbey
Information for visitors about accessing Westminster Abbey and what to expect when you get inside the Abbey can be found in our main guide.
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Eating and Drinking at Westminster Abbey
Westminster Abbey has a café for visitors, called the Cellarium Cafe. The café is accessed from within the Cloisters via steps or via a lift.
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The Chapter House and Pyx Chamber
The Chapter House and Pyx Chamber are located off the East Cloister of Westminster Abbey
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The College Garden
Westminster Abbey’s College Garden is accessed off the south-eastern corner of the Cloister. There is step-free access into the Cloister from the Dean's Yard Entrance
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Westminster Abbey has two gift shops available to customers, both covered in separate guides:
To see information about the Cellarium shop click here To see information about the Abbey shop click here