The museum tells the story of London's colourful canals, their people, cargoes, horses and trade. It is housed in a former ice warehouse built in the 1860s to store ice imported from Norway. You can peer down into a huge ice well and discover the Victorian ice trade as well the inland waterways.
The museum is fully accessible, with lift access to all public areas and an accessible lavatory on the ground floor. We have subtitles and transcripts for the hearing a impaired, a special audio tour for the visually a impaired, handrails, tactile and Braille signage, and a virtual tour of the tiny narrow boat cabin.
Accessibility Guide Link: http://www.canalmuseum.org.UK/visit
Access Statement Link: http://www.canalmuseum.org.uk/visit/access-statement.htm
Located on the ground floor near the main entrance.
Staff receive disability awareness training.
The venue says it has...
- Audio Described
- Accessible Format
- Audio Format
- Disabled Access
- Easy Read
- Induction Loop
- Large Print
- Access Statement
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