Accessibility

At Trentham, we are committed to making sure that our site is accessible as possible.

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A place for everyone

Trentham is for everyone to enjoy, and we want to make it easy for disabled visitors to experience a great day out.

We’re continually striving to create solutions for accessibility which are innovative and sensitive to our beautiful surroundings.

We also have an ongoing process of improving accessibility information for our places including developing a detailed Accessibility Guide. If you have a specific requirement that is not mentioned below, please get in touch to discuss.

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At a glance

For our visitors we offer the following:

  • Free entry for companions on both our day tickets and memberships.
  • Free accessible car parking spaces located outside Trentham Shopping Village and Trentham Garden Centre.
  • Accessible changing place facility which is equipped with a special changing bench and hoist.
  • Accessible pathways and entrances in Trentham Shopping Village.
  • A full accessible pathway around Trentham Gardens and the lakeside walk. A map can be downloaded before you visit or picked up at the Gardens Entrance.
  • Free wheelchair hire available at the Gardens Entrance.
  • Access to the Miss Elizabeth passenger boat.
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Accessibility Guide

Our Accessibility Guide provides helpful information about the accessibility of Trentham. Focusing on key topics we are asked about regularly, the guide is designed to help make planning your visits easier. It lists information about our onsite locations that offer accessible parking, accessible changing facilities, level access and customer care support.

Accessibility Guide

Wheelchair users

We welcome guests of all abilities and levels of mobility.

For wheelchair uses and those with limited mobility, Trentham is all on one level with low ramped access to most facilities.  Mobility scooters are permitted and wheelchairs are also available to hire.

We’ve suggested a number of wheelchair routes for Trentham Gardens to enable you to plan your day ahead.

Suggested Wheelchair Routes

Visitors on the Autistic Spectrum

We’ve put together a few tips for those visitors on the autistic spectrum to help you plan out your visit beforehand.

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