Berkshire Visitor Attractions
Along with the attractions listed on this page you may also find places of interest on the Berkshire Heritage and Nature pages. We suggest that you also visit the pages for the neighbouring counties to see what else there is in the area.
We support ‘Accessible Countryside for Everyone’ in providing a brief guide as to the access / facilities for the sites listed, where we have them.
Beale Park Wildlife Park and Gardens - with fun, adventure, animals, gardens, play and activities on the banks of the picturesque River Thames - Lower Basildon, Reading - Disabled & Pushchair friendly / baby changing see website, accessible for wheelchair and buggy users, most paths are tarmac and there is level or ramped access to most buildings, wheelchair loan and a wheelchair carriage on the train (limited capacity).
Bucklebury Farm Park - offers a magical experience and a great value day out in the countryside whatever the weather- Bucklebury, Reading - Disabled parking / facilities
LEGOLAND - an amusement park where creativity meets fun! Discover kid-powered rides, cool building challenges, a unique mix of interactive attractions, exhilarating coasters, shows that pull the audience into the action and so much more - Windsor - Disabled & Pushchair friendly / baby changing see website, there is a "Changing Places" facility in Heartlake City (note that you will require your own sling to use the hoist facility & a RADAR key)
Museum of Berkshire Aviation - Berkshire's dynamic contribution to aviation history is graphically re-captured at the museum, aircraft built at Woodley are being re-constructed and exhibited along with fascinating pictorial records and priceless archives - Reading - "Most of the Museum is accessible for disabled visitors. A wheel chair is available to anyone who requires one to get round the Museum. Just ask at the pay desk. Guide dogs welcome"
West Berkshire Museum - "housed in two of Newbury’s best loved historic buildings - the 17th century Cloth Hall and the old Granary/Corn Stores in the Wharf. - "Our permanent exhibition tells the story of West Berkshire, from the rocks under our feet to the stories of the people who have lived here. It also looks at historic local events which have had international resonance such as the Greenham Common protests and national events such as the battles of Newbury" - "The museum is fully accessible for wheelchair users and people with limited mobility. There are lifts at each end of the building. Floors are tiles or hardwood and galleries are designed to allow a wheelchair user free movement around the displays.The Welcome area is accessible by a ramp. The shop has a step but level access is available by entering and exiting through the same door and entering the rest of the Welcome area by the ramp. A sensory bag is available at the museum reception, which is free for visitors to borrow. Inside a drawstring bag is a pair of universal ear defenders, wraparound sunglasses, magnifying glass and a selection of fidget/sensory toys to enhance a visit to the Museum. "
Windsor Great Park - "Explore Windsor Great Park and you will discover a Royal history spanning over 1,000 years, including - historical monuments, ancient forests and stunning horticultural displays, as well as rare wildlife, plants and fungi." - "The Long Walk provides a smooth and even tarmac path which runs for 2.5 miles (4.2km) from Windsor Castle gates all the way up to Snow Hill. However, the path does not run all the way to the Copper Horse statue itself - although does join a road that continues to traverse the Deer Park, towards Bishopsgate in one direction and Rangers Gate in the other direction."