Wow! Stunning views ...
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
For a ruin the access is remarkably good. You're able to get around most of the building to get great views and enjoy the sensation of the sunshine peering between the pillars and towers.
Transport & Parking
Parking was easy with plenty of on street space if you have a Blue Badge. Being in the heart of Elgin there is plenty of public transport. There's a railway station and bus station offering connections to further afield.
Entering the site you visit the small 'keepers' building by the main entrance. There's an exhibition, small shop and ticket point. You then pass out in to the Cathedral where a combination of mainly grass and some hard pathways give access around the site. There are some vantage point and areas that require you to climb steps but even missing these out there's a lot to see and experience as a wheelchair user.
There's an accessible toilet in the main visitor centre building.
Friendly and welcoming.