A beautiful city of dreaming spires, unique galleries and museums, wonderful public open spaces and of course a world-famous university: Oxford is a fantastic place to spend a few days. Here is our pick of some of the best accessible places to visit.
The Pitt Rivers Museum
No visit to Oxford is complete without a trip to the Pitt Rivers Museum. Augustus Henry Lane-Fox Pitt Rivers was a British Army officer who is world-renowned as one of founders of modern archaeology, and this museum is a celebration of his many discoveries.
Canterbury is famous for its historic cathedral and its relaxed riverside walks. Here, Quingo Scooters explores the city’s accessible attractions as part of our Accessible Getaways blog series.
With its historic cathedral and connections with Chaucer, its fascinating history and beautiful open spaces, Canterbury feels like a town from another age. But it is also home to some great shops and restaurants, as well as plenty of other accessible attractions to keep the modern-day pilgrim entertained. Here are our top picks.
Here at Quingo Scooters, we really are passionate about helping people to explore England’s many historic sites. If you’re a history buff, then the country has a seemingly endless supply of fascinating places to visit. From ancient henges to stately homes and royal gardens, there is something for everyone. Happily, much of it is also accessible, meaning that our country’s rich heritage can be enjoyed by as many people as possible. Here are our Top 5 Historic Sites in England.
Rievaulx Abbey, North Yorkshire
Rievaulx Abbey is one of those places that is so beautiful, and in such a spectacular setting, that it is almost hard to believe it is real.
Here at Quingo Scooters, we certainly do love to be beside the seaside. And there are few better places to enjoy the UK’s wonderful coastline than Lyme Regis in Dorset. It is a small town, but one that promises visitors a dramatic and invigorating stay. Here are just a few of the great routes in and around Lyme Regis that are accessible to those of us using mobility scooters.
Exploring Lyme Regis
Lyme Regis is just one of those places that seems to inspire.
Glasgow is a city with a fascinating history and an equally vibrant present. Quingo Scooters is heading to Scotland’s second city for the next part of our Accessible Getaways series.
Glasgow, almost more than any city we can think of, is a city of contrasts. It has a tough reputation of course, but it is also a place of great artistic and creative beauty. It is a working city, but also one that is famous around the world for its museums, its music and its galleries.