Sports, Venues & Museums

Reviews on disabled facilities and accessibility at various venues around the UK. If you would like to contribute to this area of the website, please get in touch.

British Museum

British Museum

The British Museum is a truly remarkable place. Entry is free and there is so much to see. If you are disabled then you can park your car in forecourt of the museum; you feel so important driving your car across the forecourt and parking it right by the entrance. Disabled Parking is so easy […]

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Sadler’s Wells

Sadler’s Wells

Sadler’s Wells is a theatre that calls itself “London’s Dance House” but it has a worldwide reputation. Four of us went to see Mathew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty at Sadler’s Wells in January. It was turned into a legendary ballet by choreographer, Marius Petipa, in 1890. This was my first visit to this theatre. it was […]

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National Portrait Gallery

National Portrait Gallery

I visited the National Portrait Gallery in October because I had some unexpected free time. I went to the exhibition of Queen Elizabeth II photographs called ‘The Queen Art & Image’. Afterwards I took a wander round the gallery, when sated with pictures I visited the café and had a bite to eat. We are […]

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Access to Wembley Stadium

Access to Wembley Stadium

Wembley stadium is the home of English Football, it’s where the England team play their home games. Do not think that the stadium is only used for football. Saracens rugby club play the occasional important match there. It is close to Allianz Park, their home ground. Other activities take place at Wembley Stadium as well. Here […]

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Twickenham stadium rugby ground

Twickenham stadium rugby ground

Twickenham stadium rugby ground is the home ground for English rugby. If you can get tickets for an international match at Twickenham then go. The atmosphere can be fantastic. Twickenham stadium rugby ground The Twickenham stadium rugby ground holds 86,000 people and this makes it opne of the biggest rugby union venues in the world. […]

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Wimbledon

Wimbledon

Access for the disabled The disabled are not ignored at the Annual grass court tennis championship at Wimbledon.  If you enjoy sport then going to watch the tennis will be a great day out.  It will give you a feeling of independence.  Being outdoors with other people will surely improve your quality of life even […]

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