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Revealed: The most accessible attractions in the UK

The most accessible attractions

This study combined multiple factors across the 30 highest rated attractions in the UK including whether they had:
• accessible toilets
• universal access
• mobility aids on offer
• onsite disabled parking
• free carer tickets
• whether they allowed guide dogs
• their Euan’s Guide score
to determine the most accessible attraction in the UK.

Stonehenge and Titanic Belfast were determined as the most accessible attractions in the UK, both achieving a perfect score. Their attention to accessibility and the importance of making the attraction welcoming to all is clearly evident when looking across the determining factors.

On the other hand, Sky Garden in London came 30th as the least accessible of the UK’s top attractions. The attraction let itself down with a brief and unclear accessibility statement, no universal access and no onsite disabled parking.

Other attractions that ranked impressively were the National Railway Museum in York, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow and Hyde Park in London.
Interestingly, the attractions that came in the top 10 are spread out across the UK, and not concentrated entirely within the capital, or even large cities in some cases, as some might expect. This study has revealed that across the length of the UK, attractions are prioritising accessibility.

View the analysis and rankings in full here:
The top 30 were determined by TripAdvisor rankings.


Please feel free to utilise the accompanying infographic (attached) demonstrating the top five attractions by providing a hyperlinked image credit to ‘The most accessible attractions in the UK’ article.
View the raw data and findings for each category here:

For further information please contact Samuel Brace at or Holly Paddon at

Further notes to the editor:

Handicare and Age UK Trading CIC work together to offer excellent mobility products at reasonable prices. As well as helping people regain independence within their homes, their work supports Age UK’s charitable work.