Dudley lies on the outskirts of Birmingham, in the heart of England. It is one of the largest towns in the UK with a population of around 80,000 people.
Accessible things to do
Dudley Canal Tunnel and Limestone Mines makes a fantastic day for all of the family. You can take a boat trip deep into the mines and explore over 420 million years of history.
We have a 4.5 star review of the Odeon in Dudley. A reviewer has told us that they accept CEA cards, so make sure you bring yours! Merry Hill Shopping has plenty of parking spaces and accessible toilets that are ‘quite spacious’.
Places to stay with disabled access
The Mount Hotel is Grade II listed building and is a short 30 minute drive from Dudley. The hotel has registered with Euan’s Guide but we have yet to receive a review of the hotel. If you have been please send us a review!
What the locals say
Scarlette123: 'I have lived in Stourbridge which is in Dudley since I was born! I like lots of things. Here are some examples:
- Excellent shopping centre which is easy to get around in my wheelchair.
- Cinema where they show new and popular films.
- Nice park called Mary Stevens which you can spend weekends at or sunny days.
- Museums to do with the glass industry.
- David Lloyd gym where I go often.
- The Black Country Museum and Dudley Zoo is a good day out but a bit hilly.'
Could you help us review?
We would love to have more reviews of places with great disabled access in Dudley. If you have been, we’d love to have a review of the following places:
- Dudley Zoological Gardens
- Dudley Museum and Art Gallery
- Black Country Living Museum
- Bumble Hole and Warrens Hall Local Nature Reserves
Last updated - October 2014