Our museum and our galleries are suitable for visitors with disabilities.
There is step-free access to all floors of our main building and galleries.
We can lend you a wheelchair or collapsible chair – just ask at the information desk.
We are a breastfeeding-friendly museum.
We have a small buggy park at our main entrance—though please take any valuable items with you as we don’t secure this area.
Assistance dogs are welcome. Ask us for a water bowl.
There is a hearing loop at reception.
If you want to familiarise yourself with the museum, you can see a Google Tour on our Facebook page or on Google Maps.
We offer free admission for carers to the museum and to our paid for events and exhibitions.
Blue Badge Parking – there are disabled bays by the front door of the museum, and you can park free with a blue badge in any council car park. Coach parking is available at the front of the museum for booked coach visits.
Accessible toilets are available in the museum.
Ross Tiger: Unfortunately, this is not an accessible part of the museum for those with some visual impairments, and those with severe mobility impairments.
Our staff are happy to help if you need advice during your visit.
If you have any special requirements, contact us and we’ll help you arrange your visit.