Stunning building, great accessibility
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
We went by car and parked in the carpark beside the discovery centre which is free for blue badge holders. The V & A museum is opposite the train station. Flat entrance into the museum then everywhere is wheelchair accessible. Theres a lift to the upper floor where the exhibits are. The main gallery has plenty of room to move around in a wheelchair but I found a lot of the exhibits were too high for me to see. Theres a leaflet for children (and some adults) to look for stamping points and this encourages you to talk about the exhibits. Theres a cafe on the ground floor and a restaurant on the 2nd floor. Very good accessible toilets. The main museum is free but theres a charge for visiting exhibitions. We took 2 hours , including lunch, to go round the museum .
Transport & Parking
We parked in the small carpark beside Discovery Point which is free for blue badge holders . The train station is opposite the museum
Flat entrance into the museum then 2 accessible floors with a large lift between
Excellent disabled toilets on ground and second floors. Already had Euans Guide red cord cards!
We didn't actually interact with any staff but they seemed helpful and friendly
Anything else you wish to tell us?
It only took me 2 hours to go round the V & A and this included lunch so I would recommend combining the V & A with something else if you're making a special trip to Dundee.