Most Accessible Attraction in the UK

The newest Age UK Mobility infographic comes from their latest study – what is the most accessible attraction in the UK? Comparing 30 of the top UK attractions across a range of criteria from free carer tickets to on-site disabled parking spaces, the study reveals the most accessible of them all.

Resulting as most accessible were Stonehenge, Titanic Belfast, the National Railway Museum, Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum and Hyde Park. In their official press release, Age UK Mobility states that: “Interestingly, the attractions that came in the top 10 are spread out across the UK, and not concentrated entirely within the capital, or even large cities in some cases, as some might expect.

This study has revealed that across the length of the UK, attractions are prioritising accessibility.”

The infographic is a small part of a larger article and aims to highlight the top attractions and celebrate their success. Using bright colours and fun imagery, it certainly does so.



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