Top 10 Accessible London Attractions

Accessible London
Our top 10 most visited
access guides to the
Capital's attractions

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.

 

 

1

British Museum

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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2

ZSL London Zoo

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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3

Wembley Stadium

"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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