Explore the South West with The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain

Everyone can visit the West Country’s fantastic accessible attractions and be sure to have a great day out, with the brand new online edition of The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain.

Discover the story of the world’s first ocean liner and the largest passenger ship of the Victorian era at Brunel’s ss Great Britain in Bristol. Or, for a modern-day sailing experience head to Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy in Dorset, one of the UK’s 2012 Olympic and Paralympic venues, where visitors of all abilities can experience sailing and windsurfing.

Next, drop in to the home of over 4,000 sea creatures, including sea horses, jellyfish, sharks and octopuses at Britain’s largest aquarium – the National Marine Aquarium in Devon; or enter a feel-good world, filled with exotic plants and flowers at The Eden Project in Cornwall.

The fourth edition of The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain is available to view for free online and features over 200 inspiring ideas for worry-free days out, including more than 60 brand new reviews for 2012. Each review contains hints and tips from the Rough Guides team of disabled reviewers who visited each venue, looking for well thought out accessibility features and unique attractions, both of which contribute to making a great day out.

The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain series has been developed in association with Motability, the leading car scheme for disabled people. These online reviews contain all the accessibility information you need to enjoy a great day out.

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