Each week Quingo Scooters aim to inspire you with great accessible days out within the UK. As part of our Accessible Attractions series, we’re heading up to Scotland this week. If you’re a bookworm you’ll want to keep reading!
The Edinburgh International Book Festival is held each summer within the heart of Edinburgh’s West End. The three-week celebration, held from the 12-28 August, is the largest of its kind in the world, offering something for all tastes and interests.
Including over 800 events over the three weeks, there’s a wide variety on offer for all the family, featuring well known authors as well as rising stars.
Quingo Scooters has some fantastic family fun for you this week – at Yorkshire Wildlife Park! It’s billed as the UK’s No.1 walk-through wildlife adventure and is another great British attraction to add to our Accessible Attractions series.
Yorkshire Wildlife Park is home to some of the most amazing animals on the planet – from polar bears, lions, camels and baboons to creepy crawlies – all set in 70 acres of beautiful countryside. There are over 400 animals and 70 different species, with a range of attractions, activities and displays:
Project Polar – the Yorkshire Wildlife Park and Polar Bears International’s flagship project working towards saving and improving the welfare of this iconic species.
We’re taking you to Sparkford in Somerset, to the UK’s largest collection of great cars from around the world, at The Haynes International Motor Museum. Buckle up your seatbelts, you’re in for a fun ride…
As the UK’s largest collection of cars; the museum boasts 400 amazing cars and bikes from the dawn of motoring in the late 1800s, to the classics of the 1950s and 60s.
Planning your next holiday? Quingo Scooters have the perfect destination, helping you have plenty of fun and creating lifetime memories. With so many destinations around the UK it can often be a challenge to pick just one! We’ve trimmed the list down and have been revealing our top locations to visit for an accessible getaway.
Warm up your vocal chords because this week we’re taking you to Merseyside! Known for the birth of one of the most famous boy bands in history, Liverpool has plenty on offer.
Wherever you travel in the UK, you’ll be greeted by a treasure trove of fantastic cultural attractions which you can explore as a mobility scooter user. It’s hard to know where to check out first, so Quingo Scooters is putting together a guide to the UK’s most accessible attractions to help you decide.
We’re taking you on a trip to the seaside this week, as we head to the town of Scarborough. This North Yorkshire town is known for its golden sandy beaches, thrilling amusements and breath-taking historic ruins, but one of its highlights is undoubtedly the Steven Joseph Theatre.