The UK’s stately homes are among some of the finest on the planet, and have been immortalised in countless novels, TV period dramas and films. They are also amongst the most popular places to visit in the country, particularly for those of us with limited mobility. It goes without saying that these are, by their very nature, old properties. This brings its own challenges for mobility scooter users in terms of accessibility. However, many of the UK’s best stately homes do a great job of opening these buildings up to as many visitors as possible.
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.