Accessibility Guide

A full Accessibility Guide for the Museum is available through Visit England’s

Getting here

The Museum can be reached by car or public transport. More information can be found on our Getting Here page. Immediately adjacent to the Museum is a large car park with dedicated disabled, minibus and coach parking


Concessionary entry for disabled visitors is priced at £6.50. Tickets for carers or companions are provided free of charge.

Accessible toilets

The Museum has one toilet that meets the Changing Places standard.

Level access

All Museum facilities are on one level with the main entrance providing no-step entry.

All our public areas are on one level and there's plenty of space to manoeuvre in our display areas.

Borrow a wheelchair

A wheelchair can be borrowed for the duration of your visit. Please Contact us to reserve this during your trip.


Seating is available in each of the Museum’s galleries.


A hearing loop is installed through the main exhibition space, servicing the interactive, audio-visual elements of the display. Some parts of the Museum’s displays feature a soundscape played over speakers, including voices, engines and the sound of engineering work.


Some parts of the Museum’s displays have low ‘mood’ lighting. Glass doors have contrast markings and walls and doors have high colour contrast.

How can we help?

If you have any questions or recommendations regarding access, please do Contact us.

We want everyone to be able to be able to explore REME History.