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Venue Type: Soft play centre
Accessibility Features: Ramped entrance, disabled toilets.
Information: Swindon’s biggest soft play centre is fully accessible to everyone wishing to visit with a ramped entrance equipped for those visiting in wheelchairs or mobility scooters.
Kids About also offer a private disabled toilet facility as well so those who require a bit more space or assistance when needing to use the toilet can do so comfortably.
Next time you want to take your kids or grandkids to soft play in Swindon, just remember that Kidz About is fully mobility-assisted.
Address: Spectrum (commonly known as Renault) Building, Mead Way, Westlea, Swindon SN5 7UT
Venue Type: Games, live entertainment and nightlife
Accessibility Features: Lift from the car park, one-floor facility, disabled toilets.
Information: Boom Battle Bar is Swindon’s best interactive sports, games, and entertainment venue featuring a host of American sports games for you to try along with hosting live events and serving up brilliant food and drinks.
They are also a fully mobility-assisted venue with an accessible lift taking customers from the ground floor car parking up to the venue that boasts all of its brilliant features on one floor.
Boom Battle Bar Swindon is easy to manoeuvre around for those using wheelchairs or mobility scooters and additionally boats two disabled toilets on-site as well.
Address: Units 4, 5, 7 and 8, Regent Circus, Victoria Rd, Swindon SN1 1FA
Venue Type: Escape Room
Accessibility Features: Wheelchair-friendly facility, grounds level access, disabled toilets.
Information: Swindon’s best award-winning escape room is designed to be wheelchair accessible with their two most popular games, Professor Dunstan and Sub Terra, easy to play for those suffering from mobility issues.
Co-decode boasts ground-level access and the establishment also features a disabled toilet. Their new game CREW has just opened and the team are working hard to make this more accessible for all wheelchair types.
Address: Unit 35C, BSS House, Cheney Manor Industrial Estate, Swindon SN2 2PJ
Venue Type: Museum
Accessibility Features: Free admission to essential carers, free loan of wheelchair and scooter, disabled toilets, low-level counters, accessible toilets, Personal guiding scheme for unaccompanied disabled visitors, and much more.
Information: Swindon’s brilliant STEAM museum is fully accessible to those requiring aided mobility.
They have worked hard to make sure that their wonderful locomotive museum is packed with an area of features and aids to help provide those with mobility and disability issues a fully-immersive experience.
STEAM boasts an experience of sights, sounds, and touch, they give free admission to essential carers accompanying a paying disabled visitor and even give a free loan of wheelchairs and mobility scooters, however booking is required for these.
Their state-of-the-art personal guiding scheme for unaccompanied disabled visitors makes navigating their expansive venue a breeze while the addition of other helpful aids includes low-level counters, easy-to-read signage, and so much more.
Address: Fire Fly Ave, Swindon SN2 2TA
Venue Type: Watersports centre
Accessibility Features: Wheelchair-friendly toilets and changing rooms, disabled toilets.
Information: Watersport specialists South Cerney Outdoor have made sure that their exciting activities and facilities have high levels of accessibility. Their changing rooms and toilets are all wheelchair friendly and also feature dedicated disabled toilets and showers.
Their new Lodge cafe also features ramped access. They don’t, however, have hoists on-site so participation in activities is dependent based on an individual's abilities. If unsure about taking part in an activity please call in advance.
Address: Lake, 12 Spine Rd E, Cirencester GL7 5TL
Venue Type: Hotel
Accessibility Features: Accessible bedrooms, disabled access venue, disabled toilets.
Information: Since undergoing a luxurious multi-million-pound renovation last year, Jurys Inn has established itself as one of Swindon’s best hotels with it being close to Swindon’s train station and also Old Town.
Jurys Inn is fully accessible with its offering of accessible bedrooms featuring disabled toilets making it a great hotel choice for those requiring extra assistance. If you want to be in the heart of everything going on in Swindon then make Jurys Inn your hotel of choice.
Address: Fleming Way, Swindon SN1 2NG
Venue Type: Local Attraction
Accessibility Features: Disabled toilets, ramps to assist getting on trains, and also a disabled access coach suitable for several wheelchair users.
Information: A trip to Swindon and Cricklade Railway is a great family fun day out and also fully accessible including disabled toilets, wheelchair ramps to assist people getting on and off their vintage trains and also a disabled access coach that can host several wheelchair users.
Swindon & Cricklade Railway have worked hard to make sure that their brilliant attraction is wheelchair friendly and easily accessible to those visiting. If you’re visiting throughout the year then make sure to take a ride on their vintage trains.
Address: Blunsdon Station, Tadpole Ln, Blunsdon, Swindon SN25 2DA
Venue Type: Theatre
Accessibility Features: Sign-language interpreted performances, hard of hearing devices, accessible seating, toilet facilities, guide-dog friendly.
Information: Wyvern Theatre has gone above and beyond to make sure that its theatre productions are just as enjoyable for visitors with disabilities and mobility issues. Wyvern uses infrared receiver headsets for those hard of hearing, and also organises sign-language interpreted performances as well.
Wyvern also features accessible seating at the front and back of the auditorium and one complimentary carer ticket should you require to bring someone with you. They are also a guide-dog-friendly establishment and feature disabled toilets as well.
Address: Theatre Square, Swindon SN1 1QN