Disabled visitors can be set down near the fort entrance.
There are two designated parking spaces, both located 10 metres from the entrance.
The fort provides free admission for carers (assisting companions of disabled members or visitors).
Inside the fort
Pathways and surfaces within the fort include gravel, grass, concrete and asphalt which may be slippery when wet.
Access to the ground floor levels of the fort is possible for those in wheelchairs - including the tunnels. Assistance may be required with entry to a few rooms where ramps have not yet been fitted to the threshold. 24 of the 32 audio tour points are on the ground floor, including two video rooms.
Access to the first floor is by about 20 relatively shallow steps in five separate locations. One set of steps has a partial handrail only. If this is a problem please ask to be directed to a more suitable access point. Please note, there is no lift.
- Portable toilets (including one accessible toilet) *
- Assistance dogs welcome
- Portable loop and amplifiers are available for the hard of hearing
*Further toilets are available at the Landguard Visitor Centre and View Point Cafe a short walk away.
For further information, or if you have particular access needs, please contact us:
View Point Road
Tel: 01394 675900