Wheelchair-accessible hotspots in London?
May 18, 2011 2:20 PM Subscribe
My friend & housemate has a big birthday weekend planned (London, Thursday – Monday). There's an itinerary, filled with lots of amazing things (spa days, aquarium, shows, etc.), but in the event that some of these places aren't wheelchair accessible, we need some back up events planned. What are some great places to go/see/party in London that are definitely wheelchair accessible, relatively easy to get to, and would be able to host a party of 3-8 people at the last minute with minimal hassle all around?
posted by iamkimiam to Sports, Hobbies, & Recreation (5 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
My understanding is that London is not so great for wheelchair accessibility, so we're taking cabs around and such. Also, money is not no object per se, but it pales in comparison to going to the best, most amazing places we can get ourselves into. Like I said, we have an itinerary already, but it'd be nice to be able to say, "Oh hey, I know Awesome Place X and I'll give them a ring" if we get stuck at the stairs or such at one of our planned destinations. Reroute and conquer!