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The new and revamped Rough Guide to Accessible Britain has recently been released in its tenth edition. This new edition has over 180 comprehensive reviews of accessible days out in the UK. Every venue listed in the guide has been thoroughly checked by the Rough Guide’s team of reviewers who are either disabled or have visited the site with a disabled friend or family member.
Draws on advice from specialist organisations
This new guide, for the first time, includes information for those visitors who have conditions that are not as visible, such as neuro-diverse and mental health conditions. So, as well as information on things like ramps, accessible toilets and parking spaces, visitors can find out before they visit if a site offers features such as quiet mornings, picture stories or bespoke queuing arrangements.
It has drawn on advice from specialist organisations like the National Autistic Society. The guide also showcases many examples of best practice, with venues large and small providing imaginative solutions to the challenges posed by hidden disabilities.
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With over 180 reviews of accessible days out to choose from, there’s something for everyone – regardless of their disability. Providing clear and helpful advice as well of lots of hints, tips and suggestions for enjoying a great, accessible day. It highlights the very best inclusive and accessible days out for people of all abilities, from museums and art galleries, to wildlife parks and gardens.
The Guide is an ideal planning tool for anyone with access needs and this expanded edition includes many new entries such as Windsor Castle, RSPB Bempton Cliffs, Monkey World, Hyde Hall, Essex, and Sandcastle Waterpark in Blackpool.
To download a free copy of the Guide click here.