Accessible South Bank

Access along the South Bank was improved (£4m spend) in the run-up to the London 2012 Paralympic Games, through the addition of smoother walkways, ramps, benches and other features. Many of the area's attractions offer great facilities and services for disabled visitors.

 

The South Bank is a 5 minute walk from Waterloo Station.

 

One day itinerary on the Southbank.

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Accessible Greenwich

Discover Greenwich, a fascinating London neighbourhood steeped in history and culture, and be amazed by its stunning architecture, beautiful green spaces and bustling markets. 

With level access from the river or DLR, Greenwich is ideal for less-mobile visitors.

For a step-free route to Greenwich, take the Jubilee line to Canary Wharf Tube station, then connect to a DLR train to Greenwich. 

Alternatively, cruise down the Thames on a riverboat for a more scenic journey. Greenwich Pier is wheelchair accessible, with level access from the ticket office to the boats.

 

One day itinerary to Greenwich.

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Accessible Tours

From wheelchair-friendly bus tours to BSL museum tours, explore the very best of the capital’s world-famous attractions.

Enjoy a spot of sightseeing with an accessible tour in London. Take a guided tour of top London museums, explore on foot with a fun-filled walking tour or relax on the Thames during a river tour.

Find out more information on accessible tours.

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Shopping

Hit the shops in some of the capital's best wheelchair-friendly and accessible shopping destinations.

From the vibrant Westfield shopping centres to the popular department stores of Oxford Street, find out how to navigate some of London’s most fabulous shopping areas with this guide to accessible shops in London 

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