The new Age UK Mobility infographic demonstrates the top attractions from the recent research – what is the most accessible attraction in the UK? The study determined its results using multiple factors like universal accessibility, whether mobility equipment could be hired and the Euan’s Guide score.
Coming in as the most accessible of those examined 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 bright and fun infographic really helps to celebrate the attractions which came in the top places and shine a light on just how great they have been at making themselves accessible to all.