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.
As part of a new series of blog entries, the Quingo team would like to highlight a number of accessible attractions for you and your Quingo in the major cities of the UK. Where better to start than the nation’s capital?
At Quingo, we understand that accessibility is vitally important, which is why we encourage Quingo scooter users to visit ‘scooter’ friendly locations. We also want to hear about other locations or attractions that you’ve visited that offer a good mobility scooter experience.
We always encourage our Quingo scooter users to get out and about on their 5 wheel scooters, and in this blogpost we’ll take a look at accessibility in some of UK’s favourite historical properties.
The National Trust is an organisation committed to developing and promoting access solutions in their properties. We know our customers enjoy visiting National Trust sites, so we’ve provided some information about accessibility in National Trust properties, and what you should check before you travel.
Basic Access at National Trust Properties
Wherever possible the Trust admits scooter users into their historic buildings.