Accessible Days Out In Berkshire

Days Out should be for all the family to enjoy. It is not until you are pushing a buggy or have a family member with accessibility issues that you realise that not everywhere is set up to cater for everyone’s needs. As a mother with a pushchair, I found it annoying that I often had to take different routes that were pushchair friendly. However, it was when my Mother in Law became poorly that I really started to think about accessibility issues and how walking aids, wheelchairs and mobility scooters could really make a difference to everyone’s enjoyment of a family day out. This is the focus of Fenetic Wellbeing’s #DayOutForAll Campaign.

Legoland

Legoland Windsor

We took my Mother in Law to Legoland not long after she had been diagnosed with terminal cancer. Spending time with the children enjoying themselves was top of her list. You can view a guide on their accessibility here. One thing to note is that Legoland is based on a steep hill, which can cause issues for some people. Toilets are also spread out over large distances. This was often a problem when taking my little ones. Being prepared, by looking at the resort map before you go can really help.

California Country Park

California Country Park

This is an inexpensive day out which caters well for the family. There is a path around the lake which makes it accessible to all. Children will enjoy the playgrounds whilst adults can have a coffee in the lovely Jacksons cafe.

 

 

 

Beale Park

Beale Park is a lovely wildlife park situated in Pangbourne. It is buggy and wheelchair friendly and the website states that it makes every effort to assist you on your trip. Wheelchairs can be taken on loan and the lovely little train ride around the park has a wheelchair carriage.

To raise awareness of their #DayOutForAll campaign, Fenetic Wellbeing have offered me a Family Day Out Voucher to giveaway to one of my readers. Just complete the rafflecopter below. Good Luck!

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39 Replies to “Accessible Days Out In Berkshire”

  1. Harline parkin says: Reply

    Chatsworth house

  2. Andrea Fletcher says: Reply

    Keighley and Worth Valley steam railway.

  3. I would take the kids on a family paintballing day out in Walsall!

  4. Rachell Lynch says: Reply

    anywhere in central london

  5. Rachell Lynch says: Reply

    anywhere in central london

  6. Lyme Park

  7. Maria Blythin says: Reply

    chester zoo x

  8. Rachael Sexey says: Reply

    Drayton manor

  9. Rachael Sexey says: Reply

    Drayton manor

  10. Paula Gwynne says: Reply

    Southend Adventure Island – awesome pace

  11. MANDY DOHERTY says: Reply

    Lancaster Castle and Williamson Park

  12. Twinlakes, Alton towers and Drayton manor

  13. Tracy Gladman says: Reply

    Colchester Zoo

  14. Michelle Ferguson says: Reply

    Twycross zoo

  15. Louise King says: Reply

    I feel really lucky as we have lots of accessable attractioms near where i live. Croxteth Hall is one of many

  16. Legoland Windsor is our closest accessible attraction and we love it there !

  17. Marwell zoo

  18. Claire Woods says: Reply

    Pensthorpe

  19. Andrea Upton says: Reply

    Chessington World of Adventures

  20. charlotte wilde says: Reply

    Welsh mountain zoo – although steep good wide paths to push push chairs and wheelchairs around

  21. rebecca austin says: Reply

    Central London location is best for us

  22. Liam Bishop says: Reply

    Meet the reptiles at Cambridge, that would be brill!

  23. Sheri Darby says: Reply

    Anything in Central London

  24. Entry for Two Adults and Two Children at Matlock Farm

  25. Michaela Hannah says: Reply

    Pottery painting at the Pottery Pen is our nearest and the one we would choose

  26. Lancaster Castle and Williamson Park

  27. Laura Pritchard says: Reply

    Fairytale Farm, it’s designed with disabled children & those with autism in mind.

  28. Simone Griffin says: Reply

    Dudley Zoo is very accessible

  29. Pam Francis Gregory says: Reply

    West Midlands Safari Park

  30. Kim Neville says: Reply

    Legoland in Windsor

  31. Dawn Brodribb says: Reply

    Margam country park x

  32. Kelly Hirst says: Reply

    Christmas tree farm. No steps and easy access throughout

  33. Leeanne Clifford says: Reply

    There’s hardly anything near me, nothing within walking distance anyway.
    The nearest is probably Gravesend Prom. There’s lots to do there though

  34. Rachael Watkins says: Reply

    Thorpe Park

  35. Rachael Watkins says: Reply

    Thorpe Park

  36. Ruislip Lido

  37. Hayley Colburn says: Reply

    Drayton Manor is probably the closest attraction to us

  38. I’m not too far from California County Park. And Dinton Pastures also seems accessible.

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