We created an experience to be enjoyed by everyone, reducing as many barriers as possible. Just some initiatives to support this are offering regular sensory sensitive sessions and free monthly community tickets for those who may face financial challenges.

We have also created an Accessibility Guide, including a visual and written journey to maximise your experience, which you can download below. Whilst most routes around the experience are well designed for accessibility, there are a few small areas which may not be suitable. Please note this is one reason we can’t allow pushchairs in the experience, but they can be safely stored on arrival.

Additionally you can always contact us to discuss your requirements.

Quick View Accessibility

  • Baby changing facilities
  • Blue Badge/accessible parking bays
  • Seat(s) available
  • Step-free standard toilet
  • Step-free standard toilet with grab rails
  • Manual wheelchair for hire (must be pre-booked)

Accessibility FAQs

Yes. We have designed the park with accessibility in mind. There are some areas that have tighter spaces which may be harder to navigate around, however most areas have alternative routes for manual wheelchair use.

Yes. We have one manual wheelchair available to be pre-booked. It is first-come first-serve, so we advise contacting us as early as possible.

The experience incorporates low level, flashing and various moving lighting effects which some visitors may find triggering, however there is not a yes or no answer to this question.

For visitors with photosensitive epilepsy or those who cannot be subjected to strobe lighting, we recommend you contact us to discuss your specific needs before booking.

For health and safety reasons we cannot allow powered mobility scooters to enter the attraction. There is level access for powered chairs throughout the attraction, however there are some narrow areas and turning circles, so we ask that anyone with a powered chair visiting us brings with them a person to assist with navigation in the experience.

Yes, carers come for free when supporting someone who requires assistance round the experience. When you buy tickets just select a carer ticket. We ask you to please bring one of the following with you:

  • Letter/notice of entitlement for Disability Living Allowance
  • Letter from your doctor
  • Blue parking badge or Freedom Pass
  • DID or Access card
  • Rainbow Resource card
  • Pink card
  • PIP

We have a small car park on site, including limited blue badge spaces. The first 3 hours is free (where no RingGo session is required). Up to 6 hours is £5.00, up to 12 hours is £10.00 and up to 24 hours is £15.00. Wake The Tiger is a pay by mobile car park and you can use the RingGo app on arrival.

Please note the car park is only accessible during opening hours. Charges apply for release of your vehicle (or other mode of transport) outside of these hours.