Wethers its the Museum of London, the iconic Tower Bridge or taking in the art at London’s Guildhall there’s so much to do in the City of London, well there would be, it’s pretty old!! Sophie goes off and tries out the accessible ways to enjoy whats going on there!
The Peak District National Park in Derbyshire is not just beautiful but also full of history. From Bakewell tarts and the historic Tramway Village this jewel has it all and Sophie with the help of Accessible Derbyshire goes on a journey to experience all there is to offer.
Watch Mik enjoy all the wonderful activities you can do on the beautiful Norfolk Broads. He visits the stunning Whitlingham Country Park with its accessable cafe and solar powered boat, then gets active on the Mountain Trike, visits Barton Boardwalk and Fairhaven Woodlands to experience the fantastic wildlife and fauna and finishes off at the Nancy Oldfield Trust to try his hand on one of the yachts, PHEW!! There so much to do…
Join Martyn as he explores the fantastic National Children’s Museum Eureka in Halifax, West Yorkshire. There really is so much learning going on in there for all ages and has great access.
Join Sophie as she explores all the nooks and crannies of the Harry Potter world. There are so many sets and scenes to enjoy and Sophie experiences the access facilities. There are some areas that are tricky with a wheelchair including Diagon Alleys cobbled streets etc but there are guides all around to help you get the most out of the day, now where’s my wand??
London is a major global tourist destination. The city is packed with countless modern and historic attractions, but what is on offer if you or one of your party is disabled? We sent broadcaster, journalist and wheelchair user Mik Scarlet to one London’s newest, and tallest, attractions The View From The Shard to experience the facilities for disabled visitors.
*I must admit I am rather afraid of heights, so I entered the foyer of the View From The Shard with trepidation. The helpful and friendly staff put my mind at rest, and as I was whisked up way above the city I found myself gripped with a growing excitement. However nothing could prepare me for the amazing view or how accessible the experience is for everybody. It really is breath taking up there and everyone can try it, no matter what their impairment.
Exmoor in the heart of Devon has so much accessible things to do that Martyn is kept busy just trying to keep up! Watch him have a fun day out and get inspired!
The beautiful New Forest in Hampshire is on the South of England has some of the most stunning heathlands, ancient woodlands and wilderness in the whole of England. Rich in history, William the Conqueror turned it into his own playground for Royal Hunting way back in the 11th century, the area is full of roaming ponies and quiet forest and is a great place for Martyn to highlight all the accessible ways to enjoy the remarkable area.
Join Martyn on an access trip around Birmingham and the Black Country
Join Chelsea as she makes a step free journey on London transport to Greenwich with the riverboat.