Disabled Access Day


Visit somewhere new in London on 12 March for Disabled Access Day.

Many venues across the capital will be hosting special events to promote London’s accessibility. Even if the venue isn’t hosting an event, Disabled Access Day is the perfect time to explore somewhere new – the day is all about visiting somewhere you’ve never been before.

Head to the Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace, and join deaf artist Rubbena Aurangzeb-Tariq for a tour of Masters of the Everyday: Dutch Artists in the Age of Vermeer.

Journey to Kensington Palace for a day of presentations and tours and pick up freebies throughout the day all over the city, including a free coffee from selected Caffé Neros, and a free dessert from Strada.

Look out for more events at the likes of the Houses of Parliament, the National Theatre and the Wellcome Collection.


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