Category Archives: Attractions

Taking your Quingo to the Imperial War Museum London

The Quingo team like to encourage users to get out and about and visit interesting or unusual places on their Quingo mobility scooters, so this time we are showcasing the Imperial War Museum in London.

Imperial War Museum London

The Imperial War Museum (IWM) in London is a dedicated war museum covering conflicts, focused on those involving Britain and the Commonwealth, from the First World War to the present day.  The Museum tells the stories of people’s experiences of modern war and conflict and has a number of exhibitions which are updated regularly.

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Visiting the Royal Armouries Museum on your Quingo scooter

The Quingo team encourage our users to get out and about on their scooters, and we highlight some accessible attractions that make it easy for you to visit on your Quingo. This time we’re taking a look around the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds.

The Royal Armouries Museum

Situated in Leeds City Centre’s new development Leeds Dock, the Royal Armouries Museum was built to house a large part of the national collection of arms and armour, and displays over 8,500 objects throughout its six themed galleries: War, Tournament, Oriental, Self-Defence, Hunting, and Peace.

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Accessible attractions in the North Pennines

As part of our series of blogposts on accessible attractions as recommended by Silver Travel Advisor, today we’d like to focus on the North Pennies, where there are plenty of accessible attractions for the Quingo scooter user to enjoy.

Accessible attractions in the North Pennines

The North Pennines is an area of outstanding natural beauty. Lovers of nature cannot help but appreciate the stunning landscape of open heather moors and peatlands, the spectacular sight of the dales and much more besides.

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Accessible Attractions in the Midlands

The Quingo Scooters team recently looked at three different accessible Silver Travel Advisor-approved accessible attractions you can visit on your Quingo in Scotland. Today, we’d like to look at three more accessible attractions in the Midlands.

Accessible attractions in the Midlands

If you’re not driving, there are a vast number of buses, trains, coaches and trams in the Midlands to help get you to your destination. Journeys to the accessible attractions listed below can be also be planned by using the Traveline East Midlands site.

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