This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Walking Aid
A spacious, welcoming , accommodating and well labeled venue. The Tetley is accessible via clear paths located next to a decent sized (commercial?) car park. Access at the front is via an old revolving door. Alternative access is clearly labeled. The alternative access is a well appointed lift at the rear of the building, the building is built in such a way that this lift area opens directly onto some floors, and is not far away from main areas when it does not. Accessible toilets are clearly labeled both physically and on floor signs. The floor space is wide, clear and even, allowing ease of access to the exhibitions and the cafe/restaurant downstairs. The staff are friendly and greet you on entering the exhibition area. I could see no evidence of a loop on my visit.
Transport & Parking
Plenty of signs in regards to access to the building and the floors within.
Accessible toilets were signposted physically, and on floor signs.
Staff were welcoming and friendly.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
The exhibition was well worth the visit, and free. The restaurant/cafe attached was nice, and served good quality food.