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Accessible Days Out In The Cotswolds


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Accessible days out in the Cotswolds


  • Chedworth Roman Villa- The area surrounding the villa is beautiful, cradled in a stunning Cotswold valley you can really enjoy the scenery. The Villa is one of the grandest in Britain. It has a fabulous café but you are also welcome to take your own picnic. They often run workshops or appropriately themed days so a visit is well worth it for all ages!


  • Sudeley Castle- A real treat for all of the family. The superb circular pathed gardens surrounding the castle are accessible although a little bit of help may be needed on some of the terrain. Parking is near the castle with accessible toilets near the terrace café. You also get to look inside the rooms of the castle taking you back many many years. Unfortunately there are only steep steps to the upper floors but there is plenty for you to enjoy without missing out!


  • Cotswold Wildlife Park- A fantastic place which will easily fill your day up with fun! The park is a huge flat site with wide maintained paths suitable for wheelchair users and pushchairs too. All animal enclosures are easy to get to on wheels and there are ramps up to see the giraffes and wolves (if you want to) The park has thought of everyone and it really does look after its guests impeccably!

  • Birdland Park and Jurassic Journey- If you love penguins you are in for a treat! There is something quite intriguing about the waddling wonders. Birdland is exactly what it says on the tin and more. You even get to stroll around the well pathed woodland spotting Jurassic creatures! It has good access around the whole park.


  • Cattle Country Adventure Park- A fun park especially appealing to the younger beings amongst us. The park is very accessible in the main attraction but the farm area can be a little uneven. It has fabulous slides and soft play, bouncing pillows, trampolines and even a little water park. You can really get some energy burnt off here!!


  • Cotswold Motoring Museum- This deceptively large museum is the home of ‘Brum’. After years of watching the cheeky little car as a child you can finally get to meet him! After looking around for a few minutes you will soon appreciate the charm and nostalgia that is held in the building. It really is a little gem. Well worth a visit even for those who aren’t motoring enthusiasts!


  • Slimbridge Wetland Centre- You may be a keen birdwatcher or just have an interest in wildlife. Slimbridge is perfect for you. They often have special days and events running or themes taking place. Very accessible and a friendly crew happy to help with any queries.


  • Cotswold Farm Park- Only a very short drive from us and well worth the visit. It doesn’t matter how old you are there is something for everyone. It is a well thought out park and the café has some delicious cakes too! There is plenty of room for everyone and picnics are welcome with lots of outdoor seating and ‘covered’ areas to sit as well. Perfect, we love it here!


These are just a few of our favourite places just to give you an idea what there is on offer around us. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do!


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