We welcome visitors with physical and/or learning disabilities and difficulties – we aim to create an accessible environment through our spaces, team, collection and information.
The museum entrance is fitted with an automatic wheelchair accessible door. We have a level access toilet and our displays are all on the ground floor. Many of our displays are interactive and can be touched and handled.
We do provide green film overlays to be used when reading our interpretation and have several audio interactives in the museum. We are working on producing written versions of spoken displays. Guide dogs are welcome and we have car parking spaces available for users with ‘blue badges’
If you would like to discuss your visit and find out more about how we can support your visit, please contact us on 01924 316360 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Visiting with children
We love to see visitors of all ages, however, if you are visiting us with small children, we ask you to be aware that some of our displays may be confusing or perhaps upsetting to children if they aren’t explained. So we need your help…please be prepared to discuss the content of the museum with the children you are visiting with. We are always happy to help and support you with this, and we always offer paper and pencils in case you have a budding artist or writer with you!