This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair, Powerchair
An eye opener on Inclusivity. The Wellcome Collection is inclusive; changing place bathroom, two on site disabled parking spaces, bookshop and restaurant with good surfaces for manual wheelchairs etc but patrons were not interested in the Inclusive Futures nor the disability aspect of the Play Well exhibition. This is not the Wellcome Collection's fault. Maybe we in the disabled community needs to support others more!
Transport & Parking
There are two on site disabled parking spaces that must be booked with the the Wellcome Collection's Access team. Space is tight and a WAV driver may need an escort.
Plenty of lifts. However it was quite busy so that maybe off putting to those that have sensory issues.
It has 2 accessible bathrooms and 1 changing place bathroom. All bathrooms are in one area. These 3 bathrooms are separate from the able bodied bathrooms. The separation is well designed. Of the two accessible bathrooms, one has a nappy changing table. I visited the accessible bathrooms only and both were very clean. Nice fresh decor as well
Pleasant, helpful and patient on a very busy day.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Inclusive Futures needs our support. Our means us in the disabled community. Finally, restaurant and bookshop is expensive. Be warned and be prepared!