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England, Scotland and Wales are countries of contrast; with each region offering a huge range of truly unique accessible experiences.

From the culture-rich north, through the heart of England's countryside to the museums and shopping experiences of the south, be inspired to take a trip to somewhere you have never been before!

Northern England

Accessible places to go in Northern England

England's proud and historic north has so much to offer; from Newcastle's culture, art and theatres or shopping in lively Manchester or Liverpool to the picturesque beauty of the Lake District or North Yorkshire Moors.


Heart of England

Accessible places to go in the Heart of England

Easily accessible from around the country, check out what the Heart of England has to offer. Birmingham and Leicester offer major attractions, or visit Lincolnshire's countryside for something a bit different.


East Anglia

Accessible places to go in East Anglia

The East of England covers the six history-rich counties of Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire; where tradition is a way of life from city and town through to countryside.



Accessible places to go in Wales

The highs and lows of accessibility in Wales stretch from the new visitor centre, Hafod Eryri, at the summit of Snowdon to the coastal shoreline, as at Aberdaron, where Ty Newydd sits at sea level overlooking Cardigan Bay.


Southern England

Accessible places to go in Southern England

The South of England is home to London with its array of fascinating museums, galleries and landmarks, but don't forget to look further afield to the attractions and scenic coastline of Kent or the Hampshire countryside.


The South West

Accessible places to go in the South West

The South West is a haven for beach-lovers with mile upon mile of sandy beaches. Adrenaline-fuelled outdoor activities and adventures abound, or for a more leisurely experience, enjoy the slower pace of Exmoor.



Accessible places to go in Scotland
Scotland welcomes a wide variety of visitors: some climb mountains; some go for walks, some go cycling, some play golf, and others relax by the sea, in a pub, in a cottage.


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