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Yorkshire - The Escape To Paradise For The Disabled Holiday-Maker

  • Written by Allan Harris

Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam RailwayYorkshire, a county full of myriad attractions and activities for every holiday-maker, boasts of unspoiled beauty that is breath-taking to say the least. Home to a plethora of galleries and museums, Yorkshire is a paradise for everyone seeking vivid entertainment and an up-close feel of the culture.


In recent years, Yorkshire extends a warm welcome to all the visitors even if they are suffering from any kind of physical impairments. Ensuring that all the tourists are on the same page, all Yorkshire attractions have made accommodations to cater to the special needs of the disabled holiday-maker.


Priding itself on its great outdoor splendour, Yorkshire is dotted with accessible attractions to fulfil any notions you have regarding time well-spent. Offering a wide range of facilities for those suffering from any visual, hearing or mobility impairments, for things to do and places to see in Yorkshire, the sky is the limit.


Some of the most accessible attractions highly celebrated among the disabled to satisfy all tastes are as follows:


Bradford Industrial Museum:


Showcasing textile machinery, steam power engines and a multitude of vehicles, Bradford Industrial Museum is a must visit in the area. Explore the grandeur of the Mill owner’s house or take a walk around the mill workers’ terraces, the sights are exceedingly captivating. 


Harbouring a group of horses, Bradford Industrial Museum is a scene straight out of some Hollywood movie. The entire museum is wheelchair accessible and welcomes assistants too.


Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam Railway:


If travelling on a steam train has been one of your dreams, this is your chance to transform it to reality. Well equipped with accessible facilities, enjoy the exceptional experience of gliding the paths while being pulled by a locomotive from the legendary station at Embsay. Built in 1888, this railway has portable steps and ramps to easily embark on the train.


Kilnsey Park Trout Farm Park:


Fishing, something that never fails to make peace with anyone, is an activity that is enshrined by millions. If fly-fishing is what you like, Kilnsey Park Trout Farm Park welcomes you. Featuring an estate shop, children’s adventure centre and fishery, this park is not only wheelchair accessible but also houses many other disabled facilities.


On a vacation to Yorkshire, you will lose all track of time. Start planning a trip to Yorkshire because it is time you get yourself a break to relax, refresh, recharge, renew, revive and rediscover yourself.



I and my severely disabled wife wish to express our sincere gratefulness for the help and support this website gave us to enable us to reach a resolution with the air carrier.

John Greenwood.

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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