Check my website IPTS and Visit INDIAN Culture and Heritage property
I would say it is. The main area is all on one level from the entrance and to get to the upper level there is a lift. I hope that helps.
It is very disabled friendly and actually hires out wheelchairs if needed. There are purpose built lifts to train footplates and a lift to the upper floor. You can see the same places as everyone else without a single step. There is steps on the ship though
This summer I took my neice Jess who is in a wheelchair due to cerebral palsy. Mentally she is right there and she was amazed with the boat which you can get on for free as well. She had never in her life been on one and she is 23! There is a lift to every level and she looked at every square inch of it. She really liked the whole museum, facilities and lifts.
Yes it is easy access into the Museum and when in two lifts to the first floor and plenty of accessible toilets
Hi Stacey, yes it is and worth going x
Get quick answers from The Riverside Museum of Transport and Travel staff and past visitors.