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Family Days Out Just Got a Lot More Accessible
The new addition to The Rough Guide series is sure to brighten your summer, with over 75 fun days out for speical needs families.
Listing over 75 fun days out, The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain: Family Days Out has been specifically tailored towards families with mobility issues and other disabilities.
Explorers can clamber over teeth into a cavernous mouth at Eureka! National Children’s Museum, or embark upon an African safari at Longleat. Thrill-seekers can take a spin on Colossus at Thorpe Park with ten stomach-churning vertical loops, or whizz down a zip wire at Thornley Activity Centre. There are suggestions too for Sheffield's Weston Park, London Fields Lido and The Tarka Trail in Devon.
All this information is also available for free at www.accessiblebritain.co.uk/familydaysout. Simply select the kind of day out you are looking for and specify your access requirements. Each attraction has been reviewed by disabled people and their families, so the information includes all the useful insights that make for a less stressful day.
The guide itself is free to all Blue Badge holders, and reasonably priced for others at £6.99. The guide is supported by Motability, the leading car scheme for disabled people
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