disabled accessible

Here at Birdland Park and Gardens we pride ourselves on being fully wheelchair accessible. We have been highlighted as one of the most accessible visitor attractions in the Cotswolds, however, we’re constantly working hard to ensure the park and all of our attractions are accessible as possible.

You can find some regularly asked questions concerning accessibility at Birdland below, but do get in touch with us in advance of your trip to visit us via info@birdland.co.uk if you would like to know anything else.

Are there disabled toilets?

Yes, we have a a Changing Places accessible toilet onsite next to The Nest: Kitchen and Café. This includes  wall-mounted vertical grab rails, dropdown support rails, and a changing bench and hoist, More details can be found here – Changing Places Toilet.

Is there disabled parking?

Yes, there is disabled parking in the council carpark close to the entrance of the park. The car park is approximately a 3 minute walk to the entrance of Birdland Park & Gardens. Learn more about where to find us here.

Can I bring a guide dog?

Yes, dogs on leads are welcome.

Is there wheelchair access around the park?

Yes, there is full wheelchair access around the park.

We also have wheelchairs available free of charge for hire here at Birdland. These are available upon request, however we advise phoning ahead to reserve one, just give us a call on 01451 820480

Can I bring my motorised scooter if I am disabled?

Yes of course, however, please note we do not provide motorised scooters for hire.

Is there a reduced price for my carer?

Carer tickets are £3

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