Good day out, lots to see
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
There is loads to see and do here and most of it is very accessible. There are reduced price tickets (book online in advacne if you can, carer goes free) and disabled parking area right next to the entrance. Variety of acitvities suitable for all ages and a variety of interests and a good childrens' playground area. Level pathways are easy for wheelchairs of all sorts (we saw several while we were there) and where the 1970s building isn't designed to be super accessbile they have put in what they can. The staff are friendly and very helpful.
Transport & Parking
Disabled parking is right by the entrance (it could be better signposted) and there was a bus stop.
Mostly excellent - see my description. Monorail inaccessible and upstairs in the House but there is a video you can watch.