The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain, has been revamped this year to help people with hidden disabilities such as autism.
The free guide is now in its tenth year, with this new edition created in partnership with the National Autistic Society.
Users can find a range of information about venues including accessible toilets, ramps, disabled parking, quiet mornings and queuing arrangements.
TV presenter Chris Packham wrote the forward to the guide, saying of its publication: “The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain is a celebration of some of the best and most inclusive venues in the UK. From personal experience, I know that many people face particular barriers to enjoying a day out. The Guide equips visitors with all the information they need to set out with confidence, so they can simply concentrate on making the most of their day.”
The guide includes information about 180 museums, art galleries, wildlife parks and other visitor attractions, all of which have been checked out by the Rough Guides’ reviewers.
To view online or download your free copy, visit: www.accessibleguide.co.uk
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