London has an wide range of tourist attractions for wheelchair users. Check out our Top 5 recommendations for a fun day out!
Wheelchair users can enjoy stunning views of the Thames River, explore the Royal Navy Museum and stop for afternoon tea in the iconic Cutty Sark.
This expansive nature reserve is accessible by wheelchair, making it the perfect day out for those wanting to get closer to nature without straying too far from the city.
Wheelchair users can enjoy a day of discovering amazing animals at London Zoo, while taking advantage of their accessible pathways, disability toilets and wheelchair accessible restrooms.
Tower of London:
The Tower of London offers educational and accessible tours of the grand buildings, with a range of ramps and lifts to allow wheelchair users access to many of the areas.
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew:
From majestic buildings to stunning plants, Kew Gardens is a fun and accessible day out for wheelchair users. With elevators and disabled parking, Kew allows visitors to move around at their own pace.
London Buses are a fantastic way to travel around London in your Mobility Extra lightweight folding electric wheelchair. and the tube network has over 100 stations that provide access for wheelchair users.
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