Not far off perfect!!
There is one entrance which has automatic doors and is accessible by stairs or a ramp. There are staff at the front desk and walking around so they can be easily reached. As you go in you can see signs explaining that they offer assisted evacuation to those who may need it and even offers wheelchair hire at the front desk. There is a lift which is spacious enough for any equipment one might use and goes to every floor. On the ground floor there are toilets including an accessible toilet which also contained a baby changing table. There is no car park but there are many public transport options nearby; train and subway stations can be found no more than 10 minutes from the venue and, most conveniently, there are many bus routes and stops which will get you there. Having checked the website, they clearly state all information you would be looking to find out including the fact that guide and assistance dogs are welcome and there are options for people who use British Sign Language. Overall, a lovely venue to observe the art but also very well equipped and thought out with all needs in mind.
Transport & Parking
No parking available but many public transport options including bus, train and subway very near by.
Entrance accessible by ramp or stairs. Lift inside. Signs mapping out venue and explaining how evacuation works for those who need assistance. Wheelchair hire at front desk. Introduction video using British Sign Lanuage and subtitles.
There was an accessible toilet which included a baby changing table. It was spacious enough to manoeuvre or for a carer to be in there and there was hand rails. Could have been slightly cleaner was the only criticism.
Staff at front desk as you enter so easy to find if you needed help. However, didn't go out their way to greet you or assist without prompting.
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Very positive experience here, pleasantly surprised at how well thought out the venue is in terms of accessibility.