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Accessible Attractions in Cornwall

Things to visit while on holiday

Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth

The golden arc of sand has a gentle slope and is boarded by a level pathway which runs the length of the seafront with beautiful views across the bay to Pendennis Castle on the headland. Thereís also the open plan Gylly Beach Café which come rain or shine is a perfect place to enjoy a slice of beachside living. Gyllyngvase has a rentable sand chair.

Eden Project

At the Eden Project, catering for all ages, abilities and backgrounds comes as second nature. As well as accessible parking spaces, toilets and wheelchairs are available for hire. The Eden Project provides a range of sensory highlights and ensures no stone is left unturned with a full accessibility guide which is worth checking out before visiting.

Perranporth Beach

The golden beach of Perranporth is a year-round winner for its fantastic facilities, which include a sand chair to aid beach access and disabled toilets close by. The beach is truly stunning and is RNLI lifeguarded all year round. Home to the Watering Hole beach restaurant which enjoys uninterrupted views out to sea and tons of live music lined up for the summer.
For sand chair hire call: 07591 935222 or 01637 831383

The Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Mevagissey

The Lost Gardens of Heligan are one of the most unique and fascinating places to visit in Cornwall, with an incredible 200 acres of gardens and estate, Heligan is awaiting your exploration. There is a downloadable access guide on their website here: Access Guide

Trebah Gardens

A sub-tropical paradise with a stunning coastal backdrop. Trebah Gardens is open every day of the year, from 10am. Around 80% of the garden is accessible by motorised vehicles. Two motorised "Tramper" chairs are also available through the Countryside Mobility scheme, as well as a motorised carer controlled wheelchair (book ahead to avoid disappointment). Trebah is a family and dog friendly garden.

Seal Sanctuary, Gweek

A rescue, rehabilitation and release centre for stray, sick and injured seal pups discovered and rescued around the Cornish coast. General accessibility at the sanctuary is good, according to DisAbility Cornwall, with firm paths, ramped access throughout, suitable toilet facilities.

Landís End

The southern-most part of the British mainland. Most of the on-site visitor attractions here (except for the Air Sea Rescue Motion Cinema) and the surrounding landscape are accessible, with designated toilets and parking (free for Blue Badge holders) on site.

Dairyland Farmworld

Situated in Newquay, Dairyland is an all-weather attraction for all ages, including museums, nature trails, tractor & pony rides, cow milking, animal feeding opportunities, indoor play area and adventure playgrounds. This fabulous family attraction is fully accessible for Wheelchair users and free wheelchair loans are also available.

Hall For Cornwall

The wonderful Hall for Cornwall in Truro offers a variety of performances that can be enjoyed whatever your access needs. These include: Signed and Captioned Performances, Assisted Listening, Touch Tours, Audio description, Relaxed Performances and 7 wheelchair spaces available.

Jump4 Trampoline Park

The trampoline park feature 66 interconnecting trampolines: the famous angled wall trampolines, launching decks, foam pits with launch pads, dodgeball court, battle beams and The Wall. Sessions can be specifically prepared for those with additional needs, however you will need to book ahead.