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Land's End to John O' Groats and the Best Places In Between

Land's End to John O' Groats and the Best Places In Between
In between Land’s End and John O’Groats there are some superb award winning spots that you shouldn’t miss out on. All of these offer diversity yet have been heralded by visitors as the best places for disabled access and experience.

Here are some of the best, from family days out to gentle trails.

John O’Groats itself has hit the headlines recently as residents have campaigned for more disabled bays while shop owners have requested that the council allow them to add ramps to their entrances.

It seems soon it will be accessible for all, yet the works may take another year to complete. In the meantime, Inverness is a great shopping destination where you can get everything you need for your journey!

You can start at Edinburgh Castle where a courtesy car will take you to the summit to see the far reaching views before journeying over to County Durham to a destination the Telegraph has heralded as the best for disabled access:


The National Railway Museum

This venue exceeds expectations for disabled visitors as it involves a lot of well thought out interactive features for people of all abilities. Not only will the entire group learn about the history of trains and see some of the best carriages, you’ll also be invited to get involved so you can really be part of the action.


Cairngorm Funicular Railway and Ski Centre

Based in Aviemore this may not seem like the first choice for the disabled yet the owners have developed the site to ensure those with limited abilities enjoy the full experience. The large railway carriages make it easy to travel to the top, so you can enjoy the view from the top of the world.



The Science Museum

It doesn’t matter how old you are the science museum in London always has something for everyone, a great family day out it provides lots of interactive opportunity for the disabled too. All of the exhibits have been designed with children and wheelchair users in mind as they are at the ideal height so you never miss a thing.


The Eden Project

This spot in Cornwall not only gives you a great day out it transports you to a tropical paradise as the best exotic plants are brought together to recreate the Garden of Eden.

Throughout the seasons there are always events that encourage interaction and disabled people are catered for. It’s the visitors that have chosen this as the best venue to visit in England for those with impaired abilities and there’s no better judge than you!