This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Hearing Aid, Powerchair, Autism, Learning Disability
Sensory garden has wide flat and smooth paths for easy wheelchair access and seating for rest stops. The plants are colourful, smell good and feel good too the garden was designed by Tom Stewart smith they had wide paths around the exhibition making to easy to navigate in a wheelchair. They had seating for rest stops in the gallery space
Transport & Parking
The doors to get in are automatic. They have lifts to get up and down
They have changing place toilets and normal accessible toilets the rest cord was hanging freely in the disabled toilet
I had questions about the sensory garden and the staff were lovely and got there lovely Gardener to come to have a chat with me and answer all my questions. They were also very patient and helpful
Anything else you wish to tell us?
A lot of people wore masks and the gallery was spacious so easy to keep distance there was also a sign which said that only one household in the lift at a time