Venue DescriptionWellcome Collection is a free museum and library that aims to challenge how we all think and feel about health. Through contemporary and historic exhibitions and collections, lively public events, digital, broadcast and publishing, we create opportunities for people to think deeply about the connections between science, medicine, life and art. The venue, at 183 Euston Road, offers visitors a café, a shop, a restaurant and conference facilities. We are part of the Wellcome Trust, which was established under Sir Henry Wellcome's will in 1936. Wellcome exists to improve health by helping great ideas to thrive. We support researchers, we take on big health challenges, we campaign for better science, and we help everyone get involved with science and health research. Access Policy: Our Access Policy sets out Wellcome Collection’s commitment to maximising access to our museum and library, and to identifying the ways in which we achieve this across the organisation. The policy relates to all collections held by Wellcome Collection as well as our services, activities, facilities, content and programmes on site, off site and online.
We want you to feel included in all that Wellcome Collection has to offer. Our ongoing commitment is to make our building, services and programme as accessible and inclusive as possible, removing and reducing barriers to visiting us.
Accessibility Guide Link: http://wellcomecollection.org/visit-us/accessibility
Wellcome Collection offers a variety of accessible events, they include: British Sign Language (BSL) tours Audio-Described tours Speech to Text tours Guided visits: We can organise guided tours for people with access requirements. One of our Visitor Experience Team will come around the exhibitions with you and provide extra help where it’s needed. Call or email us to book a guided visit.
We are proud to be the recipient of Euan's Guide first Venue of the Year award 2018!
There are accessible toilets on all floors. A Changing Places toilet is now available on the ground floor.
Our staff are friendly, aware of the diversity of visitors’ access needs, and are here to support you in your visit. We welcome your feedback on your experience here. Most of our Front of House staff are trained in disability awareness and some members of our team have also been trained in Audio Description by VocalEyes.
Assistance dog facilities
Other assistance dog facilities
You’re very welcome to bring along your assistance animals, a water bowl available to request from the Information Desk or, just ask a member of staff.
The venue says it has...
- Audio Described
- Accessible Format
- Disabled Access
- Induction Loop
- Large Print
- Disabled Parking
- Online Booking
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