Really accessible place
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Mobility Scooter
Visited Brading Roman Villa with my husband who uses a mobility scooter. Gravel car park but three disabled parking places on tarmac. Solid path to entrance, which has automatic doors. The building is beautiful and one of the most accessible places we have visited. Flat level floors or gradually inclined ramps. Very wide spaces and is designed with a cantilevered roof so there are no pillars obstructing. The fencing area around the Roman ruins is clear so everything can be easily viewed from any level. Staff were extremely helpful, explaining the history of the villa. The remains are impressive and the mosaics amazing. Great cafe with a good selection of light meals and refreshments, including gluten free. Spacious disabled loo. A really great place to visit.