Take the accessible road trip with Allied Mobility.
The UK is full of hundreds, if not thousands, of interesting and exciting attractions, from the very north of Scotland right the way down to the southern tip of Cornwall. Whether you’re looking for a great day out in the British countryside, an informative yet thrilling modern museum, or simply lots of fun at a theme park, you’ll never be short of things to do on our little island.
Many attractions aren’t always the most accessible of places though. It can be incredibly disappointing to arrive somewhere you’ve been wanting to visit for ages to discover there’s limited access. That’s why we decided to develop this accessible road trip, sharing with you some of the greatest and easiest to access attractions in the UK.
Taking in all four nations there are plenty of options across the British Isles. Organised in north to south order, if you don’t fancy following the whole road trip it’s easy to pick out the best in each region. Discover the 12 best accessible tourist attractions and work out your own route around them with our helpful infographic below.
If this whets your appetite for exploring further, check out Euan’s guide; a listings and review website that lets disabled people and their families seek out truly accessible venues, places of interest, accommodation and more. The reviews can help plan your trip, or you can add your own if there’s somewhere you want to tell others about.