Accessibility Information for Hampshire

Accessible Things to Do and Places To Stay In Hampshire

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Hampshire welcomes all ages and abilities. This page aims to help you plan your trip to Hampshire with some suggestions for accessible breaks.

Accessible Attractions in Hampshire

With a vast amount of attractions that fully or partially accessible you will have difficulty deciding where you want to go first.

Perhaps start with …

The Hawk Conservancy Trust is a fully accessible attraction, easy to navigate by wheelchair and great for visually impaired visitors as you can get up close to the birds. See birds from all around the world.  The Hawk Conservancy have a range of displays, be sure to watch “Wings of Africa”.

The Spinnaker Tower is great all year round attraction a 190 metre tower with spectacular 350 degree views.  With an internal lift marvel at the vista on View Decks 1 & 2, for hearing impaired hearing loops are available.

Young children’s favourite is a visit to Paultons Park Home to Peppa Pig World.  With vast majority of the rides and attractions at Paultons, including Peppa Pig World, are designed to be fully accessible to disabled guests.

Fancy a day on the canals? Accessible Boating is a charity that operates on the Basingstoke canal providing boat rides for disabled and limited mobility passengers. Trips are run on set dates throughout the summer.


Accessible Accommodation in Hampshire

Why not stay a little longer in one of the many accessible accommodation providers. 

The Hilton at the Ageas Bowl is a great location for guests, located at the home Hampshire Cricket where you can catch a game.  The hotel provides accessible queen sized bedrooms, the best of which is the Queen Accessible Deluxe Room with balcony which over looks the pitch.

The Norton Park Hotel has six specifically designed accessible rooms, gym is located on the ground floor. A member of the leisure team will show you the facilities and assist with access to the swimming pool and spa.

The Holiday Inn Winchester is located 5 min drive from the city centre, the hotel was opened in 2010 and ensures that it is accessible throughout including specially designed rooms.  The Bar, Lounge, Restaurant and Outdoor Terrace are all located on the lower ground floor accessed by the hotels lifts.


Accessible Out and About Ideas

The are many delights that you can take in for free such as a Southsea promenade, Romsey Memorial Gardens, Milford on Sea and country parks.  For more information on accessible country parks

We have put the suggestions together based on the information at the time of writing Visit Hampshire  accepts no responsibility for inaccuracies or subsequent changes to facilities.

We strongly recommend checking with the attraction and accommodation provider prior to travel to ensure your requirements can be met.