NIce gallery, shame about the loos
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair, Powerchair
Nice gallery, some interesting pieces of art. Reasonably accessible at ground level (there is an upper and lower floor but I didn't visit these today). Great staff. Dodgy disabled loos.
Transport & Parking
I got dropped off by a taxi in one of the bays right in front of the building.
The gallery is accessed by automatic doors. The main gallery is on ground level - I didn't explore further on this visit, but there is an upper and lower floor. The carpet is fairly low resistance but can try and pull you off course. The signage is reasonable. I visited the café, which is lovely and light and very accessible.
The disabled loos were disappointing - very heavy doors, and a baby changing trolley that took up half the floor area, bright bright lighting, limited labels and very weird taps and soap dispensers that were rather hard to use
The café staff were friendly and immediately offered to help carry my tray to a table.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Please remove the baby changing trolley from the disabled loo - it takes up so much space it makes the loo nearly unusable