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Hepworth Wakefield

…Thornes Lane and on site at the disabled parking bays by our main entrance. A comprehensive map of Wakefield city centre can be found on the tourist information website

National Army Museum

…thoughts and ideas as well as real stories of real people. And they challenge the way people think about the British Army and their relationship with it. Opening hours Museum…

Headstone Manor and Museum

…room in the Manor House. The handheld tablets also enable you to listen to the main museum displays being read aloud. Staff and volunteer hosts will be happy to assist…

Buckingham Palace Garden

…By road: Buckingham Palace is within the London Congestion Charge zone. Please visit for further details. By coach: Victoria Coach Station is a 10-minute walk from the Palace.  …

Buckingham Palace, The Queen’s Gallery

…Numbers 11, 211, C1 and C10 stop on Buckingham Palace Road. By road: The Queen’s Gallery is within the London Congestion Charge zone. Please see for further details. By…

Buckingham Palace

…Road. By road: Buckingham Palace is within the London Congestion Charge zone. Please visit for further details. By coach: Victoria Coach Station is a 10-minute walk from the Palace….


to enjoy the views from and limited seating available inside the City Observatory. Assistance dogs Assistance dogs are welcome in all areas (all dogs are welcome inside the grounds only)….

Biggin Hill Memorial Museum

…Assistance Dogs are welcome in all areas of the museum and cafe. We have accessible toilets and our car park has 2 spaces for Blue Badge holders. Our access aids…

Two Temple Place

…request. For blue badge parking please see: If you require any further information or have any further questions, please contact Georgia Murphy on: 0207 836 3715 or email [email protected]

Science Gallery Dublin

…blind and partially sighted visitors through the exhibitions. To discuss access requirements and how the museum can support your visit, please contact: [email protected]com Opening hours Please see the Museum website….

D-Day Story

The D-Day Story has a free recorded audio-described guide specifically for visually impaired visitors. It brings to life the stunning Overlord Embroidery, commissioned to commemorate D-Day and the Battle for…

Victoria & Albert Museum

VocalEyes worked with the V&A to develop audio descriptions of various parts of the building, including the new entrance. The Victoria and Albert Museum was also the winner of…

Tower of London

…the fortifications, changing its role from fortress to palace to prison and place of execution. Today, it remains a working building at the centre of our national life. People who…

Museum of The Home (formally the Geffrye Museum)

Group Visits Handling sessions and craft workshops for groups of 6 or more people can be arranged separately through their Bookings Co-ordinator at a time convenient to your group, Tuesday…


…of visual art, performance, dance, film and music. Sited dramatically in a repurposed warehouse on the city’s harbourside, Arnolfini welcomes half a million visitors each year, to experience important works…

Bethlem Museum of the Mind

…interest groups have participated in the museum’s learning programme. The museum’s pro-active loans policy has enabled more than 20,000 people to access art from Bethlem’s collections at other UK venues….


…gearing up for its grand reopening in early 2015. It has also created new opportunities for people of all ages, and all backgrounds, to engage with art of the highest…

Royal Academy

…groups of people on low incomes). The Royal Academy welcomes guide and hearing dogs. Large print lists of works and gallery guides are available for exhibitions. Audio guides are available…

Kingston Museum

Access information: free admission bell at front entrance for wheelchair users parking at rear of building for disabled people by prior arrangement alternative access for wheelchair users from rear car…

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