Accessible days out for booklovers
Whether you’ve got a passion for poetry or a love of children’s literature, the UK has plenty of attractions to keep bookworms happy. From vast libraries to towns crammed with bookshops, we reveal the top accessible days out for bibliophiles.
Sarah Alexander’s day out at Irchester Country Park
In this article, disability and lifestyle blogger Sarah Alexander writes on her day out at Irchester Country Park last summer.
Five of the best accessible views
Now we’re permitted to spend more time outdoors, why not make the most of it and drive to some beauty hotspots? This Rough Guides article reveals the best accessible, wheelchair-friendly, views near you.
Planning a day out? What to expect in a COVID-secure world
This article outlines the new measures you're likely encounter on your days out, and how you can prepare and plan ahead.
The UK’s best inclusive attractions celebrated in new Rough Guide to Accessible Britain
The new edition of Rough Guide to Accessible Britain is now available. With over 200 reviews of accessible days out, the Guide supports those with diverse needs to enjoy the best of Britain’s attractions.
5 dog-friendly accessible days out
Rough Guides writer Emma Field has found five accessible places that extend a warm welcome to both you and your four-legged friend.
Accessible Days Out: The Old Vic
In this article, 22-year-old disability and theatre blogger Shona Louise recounts her day out at The Old Vic theatre in London.
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.
The best accessible gardens to visit in summer 2019
To mark the start of National Gardening Week, we’ve picked out five of our favourite gardens, as seen in Rough Guide to Accessible Britain.