Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Biggest difficulty was the wheelchair and being unable to access some of the wonderful sculptures which are on the grass areas around the park. Due to having wheels rather than boots and the inconvenience of cleaning dirty wheels, plus the difficulty manoeuvring the wheelchair in muddy areas, much of the sculptures were not accessible. This was also the same for picnic tables. Great open spaces for those more mobile
Transport & Parking
There is no cost for the park but you have to pay for the parking and it is up to £8 for the day or £5 for 1-2 hours. Our advice to anyone with a wheelchair is to park in the smaller car park rather than the main visitor park.
We rang before we came and the person on the end of the phone was very helpful about parking. She advised that we did not park in the main visitor car park and told us which car park was better for disabled vehicles.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
The Poppies there at the moment were fabulous and we were able to see them fine as there was a tarmac path up the main viewing area.