The Long Shop Museum is a unique outpost of industrial Britain in rural Suffolk, home of the world’s first production line and housing a fascinating array of products manufactured by Leiston Works. It also tells the remarkable story of the Garrett Family. It is open for 7 months of the year with an active event programme for all ages which strengthens local ties and celebrates British engineering and manufacturing.
Visitors with disabilities pay just £4.00.? Free entry for one companion. Parking Free disabled parking near the entrance (three spaces) for blue badge holders.?Call 01728 832189 to reserve a space or discuss your visit beforehand. There is level access to most of our displays however care is required. Surfaces are sometimes uneven and outside there are some gravelled areas. The first floor of the Long Shop is only accessible by an original, steep stairway. We can bring in an induction loop for group visits and need 2 week’s notice. We have accessible toilets on the ground floor.
Accessibility Guide Link: http://www.longshopmuseum.co.uk/access/
Access to the accessible toilets is step-free.
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The venue says it has...
- Carer Discount
- Disabled Access
- Induction Loop
- Disabled Parking
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