‘Is there a quick and easy way I can search for accessible places to visit in Scotland?’

In celebration of Disabled Access Day taking place on the 3rd of March, we decided to dedicate this month’s FAQ to accessibility.

Whether you are planning a meal out, a weekend trip or day out to one of Scotland’s parks, there are websites and ‘apps’ that you can use in your search for an accessible venue or activity.

Euan’s Guide is a disabled access review website and app that aims to ‘remove the fear of the unknown’ and inspire people to try new places.

Age Scotland have developed a mini-guide on accessible days out in Britain. Check out the Great British accessible attractions mini-guide.

OpenBritain is your website that provides information on accessible tourism in the UK and includes day trips and tourist attractions.

Disabled Go provide access information on venues across the UK and Ireland.

For more information on accessible places to visit in Scotland search our Scottish Disability Directory and select the ‘Holidays/Respite’ category.

Disabled Access Day Logo, from 10th- 12th or March


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