Okay access throughout
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
Good parking and access at the entrance. No automatic doors, but helpful staff who would open them. Once inside, very steep slope down to the museum. There is a hand rail. Had to go down backwards ( manual chair user but if you have very good back wheel balance you might manage down, using the handrail for safety) . However, getting back up was not possible without assistance. The next couple of levels of the museum had much better slopes that could be managed independantly. Disabled toilet was on the lower level and was large and easy to access.
Transport & Parking
Disabled parking bays were right next to a level pathway leading to the enteance.
This would be a 5 if it was not for the one very steep slope down to the museum once inside.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Enjoyable day out,ngreat for all the family, 3d movie about Hadrians Wall and the Roman army, dressing up for the kids and cafe. You can buy a ticket that allows access to the near by Vindolanda that makes it good value for money.