• Photo of people playing wheelchair basketball at the University of Worcester


Worcestershire welcomes accessibility for all.

Worcestershire is one of England's most beautiful counties, centrally located in the heart of the Country.

Worcestershire sits on the M5 motorway network as well as benefitting from both GWR, Cross Country and West Midlands Rail Connections.

Despite the historical nature of some of our urban areas, many of Worcestershire’s buildings and services are accessible. Worcestershire has a range of services available for those in need of extra support during their time in the county as well as an excellent range of hotels, B&Bs and self-catering options to accommodate guests with access and equipment needs.

We want everyone to enjoy Worcestershire and to be able to find information on things to do and staycation ideas easily. The website not only allows you to toggle for ‘accessibility’ settings for ease of web access but we have also categorised our attractions and accommodation by accessibility needs to enable you to easily find fun things to do, that suit your needs. Please check out our ‘explore’ pages and use the categories function to search.

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Services and signposting available:

AccessAble Guides

AccessAble in partnership with Worcester City Council have written access guides to a number of attractions, parks and food outlets across the city. To review these guides for free and request additional information please visit:

Worcester | AccessAble

Euan's Guide

Euan’s Guide provides travel information for people with mobility problems which covers attractions across the County.



'Your Local Cinema' details accessible cinema screenings for people with hearing and sight loss. All cinemas across Worcestershire screen regular films with subtitles for those with sensory losses.

YourLocalCinema - Subtitled / Captioned Cinema

Community Transport & Dial and Ride Services

Dial and Ride offers a service for people with difficulty walking or using public transport. Specially adapted buses offer a door-to-door service from your home to the city centre or out-of-town retail parks and supermarkets. Advanced booking may be required. The below site gives you Community Transport options around the County:

Community Travel and Transport Schemes Across Worcestershire

Malvern Hills – Tramper Routes

There are a number of easy-access routes up the Malvern Hills including Tramper Routes. The Disabled Ramblers Association have two Trampers for hire. For more information visit:

Easier Access Malvern Hills Trust

Public Toilets

The County has public accessible toilets and facilities in a number of locations. If the facilities are unattended you will need a RADAR key to access them.

For details visit:

Worcester City:

Public Toilets - Worcester City Council

Malvern and Surrounding areas:

Parking and Streets - Malvern Hills District Council


Public Toilets - Wychavon District Council


Public toilets and conveniences - bromsgrove.gov.uk

Wyre Forest:

Public toilets | Wyre Forest District Council (wyreforestdc.gov.uk)

Redditch: Facilities | Kingfisher Shopping Centre


Shopmobility is a registered charity that provides electric scooters, wheelchairs and manual wheelchairs for hire to enable people to enjoy the shops and attractions in the city of Worcester.

Worcester | ShopMobility UK

There is also Shopmobility at the Kingfisher Shopping Centre in Redditch:

Facilities | Kingfisher Shopping Centre

National Trust Locations

The National Trust have accessibility guides for its locations. Croome for example as Tramper Scooters for users to enjoy the grounds. For more information visit:

Access for everyone | National Trust

Photo of dinosaur at West Midland Safari Park with visitors walking through the exhibit