Accessible London Tours

A bird's eye view of St Paul's Cathedral from an accessible roof terrace

As a disabled person, accessibility is an issue very close to my heart. I'm passionate about creating tours which are accessible to all.

Here are some suggestions of the type of things I offer:

  • Design a tour that will take you to where you want to go
  • Start and finish at a central London location convenient to you 
  • Create a step free route which avoids steep hills, stairs or cobblestones and uses dropped kerbs (curbs), ramps or lifts
  • Relaxed tours which go at your pace and/ or arranged for times when busy areas will be less crowded
  • Offer built in comfort stops so you can have a rest or visit a disabled accessible toilet (I carry my radar key with me)
  • Offer short distance tours
  • Use a portable voice amplifier

If you are thinking of booking a walking tour and you or someone in your group has a disability, please get in contact so I can tailor make the tour that meets your access needs.

I'm also the London Ambassador for Euan's Guide, a disabled access charity. I have updated their London location webpage, with separate guides for travelling around the city and places to stay. I've also written a few blog post with accessible suggests of things to do in London.

Hidden London Gems with Good Disabled Access

Hidden London Gems with Good Disabled Access - Theatres

Celebrating #AccessDay 2019 in London!

Reviewer Story: Tina reviews London!

Guiding for Baker Street Quarter Partnership
Dismounting Ceremony