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6 accessible trips and activities to cure the post-holiday blues

When the Christmas festivities fizzle out, things can feel a little flat. So to lift your spirits, Rough Guides have shared their ideas for entertaining & accessible days out - take a look!


Meet the founder of Euan’s Guide, the award-winning disabled access charity

Euan’s Guide, supported by Motability Operations, has launched a new access survey to give disabled people and their families the chance to share their experiences and feedback on how accessible Britain is. Read this interview with Euan MacDonald, the founder of Euan's Guide, to learn more.


My favourite Scottish drives: an accessible road trip at the Three Lochs Forest Drive

Your Motability Scheme car gives you the freedom to travel and explore new places. In this article, Scottish disability blogger and Scheme customer Emma Muldoon discusses one of her favourite accessible road trips around the Three Lochs Forest Drive.

Darwin’s greenhouse in Kent is one of many accessible places to visit - come rain or shine!

5 Accessible Spots for Rainy Days

Rough Guides writer Emma Field has found five accessible activities to keep you entertained and dry whatever the weather. Find your next rainy day destination.


The best accessible markets in the UK

Markets are often ramshackle affairs held beneath train arches, in old car parks, in narrow streets or cobbled courtyards, so can be like an obstacle course for those with mobility issues to negotiate. Rough Guides have picked some of the best around the country that have good access and facilities – and are fun to visit too!

Carers and disabled people enjoy an excursion to a National Trust destination

5 Accessible Days Out That Carers Love

Days out can sometimes be exhausting for carers and parents of people with disabilities. Choose your next outing from our 5 favourite days out for carers.


12 greatest accessible trails across the UK

Rough Guides’ writer Helena Smith has cherry-picked some of the best accessible routes in the country.


My favourite beach for wheelchair access

As a full-time power wheelchair user, beaches aren't the first place I’d visit for an accessible day out. Find out what I learned when sand met wheels.

Two old friends travel trough Westonbirt Arboreturm on foot and powered scooter.

5 dog-friendly accessible days out

Rough Guides writers Emma Field and Aimee White share five of the best accessible places in the UK that extend a warm welcome to you and your four-legged friend.


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.


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