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Wales, The Winsome Attraction For Disabled Tourists

  • Written by Allan Harris

Dyffryn Gardens and Arboretum, WalesWales, a spectacular and breath-taking landscape, is sufficient in natural beauty. With hordes of tourists flocking to it every year, Wales is truly every vacationer’s paradise. Peppered with magnificent mountains, vivacious valleys and classy coastlines, Wales reeks of beauty and mystery. 


With myriad people to meet and lavish places to stay, Wales is not only laudable for its exceptional beauty, but because of its ability to embrace every tourist irrespective of his or her physical abilities. Home to some of the most widely cherished tourist attractions; this region has it all from castles to deep mines and cultural festivals to variety of outdoor sports.


Not only are the locals very warm and helping, but they made generous accommodations to assist the physically disabled. Some of the most promising activities and attractions for those who have issues of reduced mobility are as follows:


Dyffryn Gardens and Arboretum:


Boasting of rare charm and unsurpassed beauty, Dyffryn Gardens and Arboretum is a kaleidoscope of colours. With a huge assortment of flowers, Dyffryn Gardens and Arboretum showcases an Edwardian lawn with well-kept shrubbery and trees dotting the entire area. The whole region is wheelchair accessible so if you have mobility issues, Dyffryn Gardens and Arboretum addresses them fairly well.


Cae Dai 50s Museum:


If you believe old is gold, Cae Dai 50s museum is where you need to head to. A comprehensive collection of exhibits, it is your chance to live the golden era of the 50’s. This museum has everything from music to domestic appliances and is also home to the lorry used in the Great Train Robbery. This whole museum is wheelchair accessible and also welcomes assistants and watch dogs for free.


Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo:


Folly farm Adventure Park and Zoo is the perfect spot for a family getaway. It has six activity zones, each one more exciting than the other; this place never fails to strike a chord with anyone. Experience the huge variety of animals in their natural habitats or enjoy the thrilling rides, Folly farm Adventure Park and Zoo is particularly famous for disabled. With rides that accommodate wheelchairs and pathways to assist movements, Folly farm Adventure Park and Zoo has something to offer for everyone.


In short, Wales is an all-embracing region that holds great attractions for everyone. A trip to Wales is incomplete without a tour of all the aforementioned tourist spots.



Reduced Mobility Rights were hugely supportive with regard to travel with my scooter. Received call from airlines customer relations within 24 hours..sorted! Thank you

Jeannie Stirling

Company Info

Reduced Mobility Rights Limited
Registered in England and Wales.
Company No : 07748812
9 Dalton House, 60 Windsor Avenue, London
United Kingdom, SW19 2RR
Phone: +44.(0)7786.993741



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