We hope you find The Moors National Park Centre a good experience. Our staff are always ready to help and if you feel there is anything we can do to improve, please tell us.
One electric scooter and one manual wheelchair available free of charge for use in the Centre and grounds.
Pay and display car park approx. 150m away from entrance to Centre. Tarmac surface with ramps. Minor road to cross. Alternative drop-off point 50m from main entrance. Charges apply for Blue Badge holders.
RADAR-accessible toilet to rear of tearooms. Key available from Information Desk. Babychanging facilities in disabled access toilet. Main public toilets in separate building accessed via steps.
Two entrances to the visitor centre, approximately 86cm and 87cm wide. Level access except for slight step at front door.
Two storeys with level floors. First floor reached by a flight of 15 stairs with handrails on both sides. Platform lift also available. Internal doorways vary in width from 78cm to 116cm. Seating available on low seats in exhibition rooms and in tearooms. Access from the Information Centre to tearooms via one step down; level access available from the outside through the door from the garden.
Access to Grounds
Access from Centre to grounds via ramp or steps. Generally quite level outside with a few slopes. Bottom tier of wildflower garden has level access, higher tiers only accessible via rough stone steps. Paths tarmac or grass. Circular trail in Crow Wood is accessible by wheelchair: 400 long, with hard compact surface. Gentle gradients of no more than 1 in 14.
Facilities for Hearing Impaired Visitors
Loop system installed at the Information Desk.
Historic ‘trods’ have been damaged by a 4X4 vehicle for the second time in six months.
Second homes and holiday cottages in the North York Moors National Park have increased by 27 per cent in the last 10 years.
The North York Moors, Coast and Hills LEADER Programme is celebrating £42,000 of additional funding for the area.
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