Days Out blogs
Read what our Days Out bloggers have to say about the Guide and their accessible adventures.
Accessible Days Out: Bletchley Park
In this article, Rough Guides writer Jo Logan recounts her accessible family day out at Bletchley Park in Milton Keynes.
Accessible Days Out: The Thames Clippers river boat, Royal Observatory and Cutty Sark
Rough Guides writer Jo Logan details her family day out, visiting London's Royal Observatory and The Cutty Sark and experiencing the Thames Clippers river boat.
Day trip along the Kennet and Avon Canal
Helen Knill and her husband Jenkyn Knill run Lady Lena canal boat cruises. Helen shares her experience of hidden gems along the Kennet and Avon canal.
An accessible guide to Harlow Carr, Harrogate
Jasmine writes about her experience of Harlow Carr gardens with her DogAID-trained assistance dog Max.
Blowing away the winter cobwebs in Porth Eirias, North Wales
Becky talks about their visit to Porth Eirias beach in Colwyn Bay highlighting stress free accessibility of the attractions.
Oh I do like to be beside the sea side
Former BBC programme maker and writer, Emma Bowler, tells us abour her spontaneous day out to Brixham in Devon.
Wheelchair bike rides by the beach in Brighton
Accessible travel researcher and blogger, Marina, tells us about an exciting way to get out and about – via a wheelchair bike.
The Royal Yacht Britannia
Disability and travel blogger, Simply Emma, takes us through her day out visiting the Royal Yacht Britannia.
Accessible days out with The Royal Shakespeare Company
Diversity Consultant for ITV News, Vidar Hjardeng MBE, tells us how accessible the Royal Shakespeare Company is for visually impaired theatre-goers.