Great visit for exhibition
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Walking Aid, Wheelchair, Mobility Scooter
We visited for the current exhibition Mid-century Modern, an exhibition about mid-twentieth century design, with an emphasis on Mary Quant. There was easy access via the door in Infirmary st, and it was possible to have level access around the exhibition. We also took the lift to the viewing gallery to watch the weavers below, really very interesting. There were several other small displays here too. Masks were worn, numbers limited due to booking being necessary.
Transport & Parking
I checked their website before booking, it was clearly accessible. There are some steps inside the exhibition but there is an alternate route and there is no need for assistance from the (friendly) staff. There were accessible loos but I didn’t use them.