In this series of posts, we will be highlighting interesting places to visit that are Quingo Mobility Scooter friendly. Each attraction has good disabled facilities and access and of course a teashop.
If you decide to visit, we’d love to hear about your experiences (with pictures is better) and what you thought of the attraction from an accessibility point of view, as this will help shape future guides.
This is a splendid example of 18th century Baroque architecture, which is designed to impress both on the outside and inside. It has been a World Heritage Site since 1987 and is the home of the Dukes of Marlborough as well as the birthplace of Winston Churchill. The Palace is surrounded by 2000 acres of formal gardens, designed by Capability Brown and parkland.
Attraction Facilities: Assisted wheelchair access Non-assisted wheelchair access Accessible toilets Accessible car parking Powered scooters available Facilities for the blind or visually impaired Guide dogs allowed Cafè/refreshments on site Great British Accessible Attractions – in conjunction with www.silvertraveladvisor.com