Companion Stairlifts has recently released the findings of a comprehensive study examining the accessibility of theme parks across the United Kingdom. The research focused on evaluating the range of facilities offered by each park and the availability of wheelchair-accessible rides and amenities for visitors with limited mobility.
The study shed light on the varying degrees of accessibility provided by different theme parks in the UK. While some parks have taken significant steps to accommodate visitors with disabilities, there is room for improvement in several others. Additionally, many parks need to enhance the visibility of their accessibility information, as some currently do not provide any information at all.
Among the notable findings, the study identified Brighton Pier, Drusillas Park, and Crealy Theme Park & Resort as the only theme parks where all rides are accessible to wheelchair users.
For a more detailed analysis and comprehensive insights, readers can access the full article here.
Companion Stairlifts’ study serves as an important resource for individuals seeking accessible theme park experiences in the UK. By highlighting areas of improvement and showcasing parks with exemplary accessibility measures, the study aims to contribute to the continuous enhancement of inclusivity and enjoyment for all visitors.