Welcome to The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain: Family Days Out

Welcome to The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain – Family Days Out. Whether it’s you, a friend or a family member who has a disability, the Accessible Guide is the perfect tool to help you plan a great day out.

You may already be familiar with the fifth edition of the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain, recently updated for 2014, and now we’ve updated our set of Family Days Out reviews as well. These refreshed online reviews feature over 100 family-friendly attractions, all visited and reviewed by disabled people and their families. That means children of all ages have road tested them too!

Whether you like animals, planes or trains, the countryside, skiing or museums, there is a fantastic array of attractions to choose from. Some may even tempt you with their intriguing names – what delights await at Electric Mountain, the Amazing Hedge Puzzle and Eureka? You can search these new reviews by type, region and access requirement, or you can simply browse through the whole set. So have fun picking out those hassle-free and fun places to visit with the whole family.

Emma Bowler

Former BBC programme maker and Rough Guide reviewer Emma Bowler lives in Devon with her two children and her partner, alongside Twiglet the dog.

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