We hope you find Sutton Bank National Park Centre an enjoyable experience. Our staff are always keen to help and if you have any suggestions about what we could improve, please let us know.
One electric scooter, one electric wheelchair and one manual wheelchair are available free of charge for use in the Centre and grounds.
A pay and display car park is adjacent to the Centre. Charges apply for Blue Badge holders. Tarmac surface.
There are designated spaces for disabled drivers in the car parking areas to the east and west of the Centre, but not in the parking area to the north.
East car park (furthest away from the bank top): distance from disabled spaces is between 55m (minimum) and 71m (maximum) from the entrance.
West car park (closest to the bank top): distance from disabled spaces is between 100m (minimum) and 120m (maximum) from the entrance.
The toilets are located next to the main courtyard area. A unisex RADAR-accessible toilet is also located off the main courtyard. A key is available from the Information Desk. Baby changing facilities are also located in the RADAR-accessible (disabled) toilet.
There are two entrances to the Centre. Both provide access to the main foyer area. The entrances comprise two double outward opening doors (not automatic), approximately 1.7m wide.
From the main foyer you can access the tearooms (through double outward opening doors, approximately 1.7m wide) and the main centre area (through automatic sliding doors). The Centre is at ground level and there are no internal steps or ramps. The surface is a mixture of carpeting and stone flag floor (which can be uneven in places). Seating is available in the exhibition, the foyer and the tearooms.
Access to the grounds
Paths around the grounds are mainly flat or have shallow gradients. Paths are tarmac. The courtyard surface is stone sets.
Access beyond the centre
A new path has been created from the Centre to a new wheelchair/pushchair accessible viewing platform. Distance = approximately 700m, with a hard compact surface. A circular route can be followed back to the Centre, which has a minor road crossing. Distance = approximately 1000m.
The path to the White Horse is wheelchair and pushchair accessible. Distance is approximately 2.5km one way with a hard compact surface. There is a major road crossing to join the path.
Facilities for hearing impaired visitors
A hearing loop system is installed at the Information Desk.
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