Access for all at the Quaker Tapestry Museum.

With step-free access from our Stramongate entrance, and full access for wheelchair users, we positively welcome individuals and groups with specific needs. Assistance dogs are welcome too, of course.

Mobility

We also have a long-standing arrangement with the ‘Shop Mobility’ centre in Kendal to have a mobility scooter on site for visitors with mobility problems to use within the Exhibition Centre.

Parking

We have a small car park for exhibition visitors and if you need a parking space due to a disability please telephone ahead of your visit and we will be happy to reserve a parking place for you in our on-site car park and arrange for a member of staff to be on hand to offer any assistance.

Audio Guides

The South Lakeland Society for the Blind was actively involved in the development of the scripts for our new audio guides and introductory film so visually impaired visitors can expect a vivid description of the panels. The headphones and hand held audio guides have their own volume controls.

 

“What an inspiring exhibition!”

J. Samuel – Liverpool