Disability & access
Come and enjoy your visit exploring our stunning buildings and impressive displays, world-class collections and exhibitions complemented by modern amenities and special accessibility features.
Should you have any other requests or requirements, or suggestions for how we can make Torre Abbey Museum even more accessible, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Small vehicles can drop passengers and blue badge-holders during opening hours close to the main entrance - 10am to 5pm, 7 days a week. We also have four blue badge parking spaces close to the entrance. Wheelchair users and people with mobility scooters, pushchairs and buggies can access the main entrance.
Lifts and level access ensure that the almost all of the buildings, gardens and displays can be enjoyed. There is a lift to all floors, as well as two step lifts to other areas of the house. These step lifts are unable to take a motorised wheelchair, but we do have manual wheelchairs which can be borrowed free of charge.
Many areas of our gardens can also be reached by those in a wheelchair or people with limited mobility. Our staff will be delighted to open a side garden gate that allows you to visit the gardens, as well as our Victorian palm house. Please speak to a member of staff when you arrive.
Torre Abbey also has accessible toilets, as does the café, which also features a wide door with push button entry and baby changing facilities.
Assistance dogs are welcome at the museum. Our staff will be happy to provide drinking water for your dog.
If a visitor is unable visit the museum without a carer, the carer will be admitted to paying exhibitions and events free of charge. Please explain your situation when buying your ticket.