Harry Potter tour in new accessible guide

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Britain’s accessible guide is bigger and better. New attraction reviews by disabled visitors include the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Warner Bros Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter.

The Rough Guide To Accessible Britain is free and can be downloaded at accessibleguide.co.uk. Each review contains details of accessibility features, as well as handy hints and tips about each venue, such as finding the best car parking spots.

Each venue was visited by disabled reviewers and their families who were looking for unique attractions and inclusive features, both of which contribute to making a great day out.

The guide features more than 200 inspiring ideas for worry-free days out, up and down the UK, including the Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary in Argyll, Sage Gateshead in Tyne and Wear and fun, family venue, Thinktank: Birmingham Science Museum.

It also includes reviews of some of the UK’s most beautiful and accessible towns – one for each of the 10 regional chapters – such as Llangollen in Wales and Ely in Cambridgeshire.
Reviewer and foreword author Emma Bowler said: “The guide is such a valuable resource to the disabled community and I am pleased to continue to be a part of it. I love getting out and about with my family to discover new places in the UK and the new additions to the Guide are going straight onto my to-do list.”

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