Visitors traveling from London to Stonehenge who are requiring to use wheelchairs or motorised scooters will be pleased to hear that the whole Stonehenge experience has been thought through for those disabled users. The design has been well considered because they consulted with a range of disabled people to ensure that all needs were considered so that everyone could visit this ancient attraction.
Bring Your Carer
First thing that needs to be noted, is that as a disabled visitor to Stonehenge you can bring a companion or carer with you for no additional charge.
What Is Disabled Access Friendly
As mentioned earlier, the whole of the Stonehenge experience has been thought through from a disabled visitor perspective.
The Car Parks: This is accessible by wheelchair via tarn pathways – it makes the journey from the car to the Visitor Centre (your first stop) simple for all.
The Visitor Centre: Once you have got from your vehicle to the Stonehenge Visitor Centre this is where you buy your tickets anf again this is all level access and it is here where there are accessible toilets and an adult changing area.
Coach To Stonehenge: You can take a coach or go along the road for 1.5 miles to the famous stones. The coach is accesible for wheelchair users and access onto the coach is simple with no steps. And the same can be saif dor getting off the coach when you arrive at the stones.
Stonehenge Circle: You can go on a pathway around the ancient stones – you just need to be aware that while there is a pathway around the stones should you wish to embark on one of the many walks around Stonehenge there is no pathway to allow you to do so easily. There is also an emergency only (and accesible) toilet located near to the stones.