Accessing the building
As a historic building, there is a short flight of stone steps leading up to our entrance, and wheelchair access to the building can be gained via a stair climber.
The model of stairclimber is a Baronmead Stairmate Major. We advise looking at the manufacturer’s website here to see how the stairclimber works.
The manufacturer advises that we do not use the stair climber in icy weather conditions. Please call us on 020 7836 3715 before visiting to discuss how we can support your visit.
Inside the building
Once inside the building, a lift provides access to all floors, and there is an adapted toilet on the ground floor.
Assistance animals are very welcome.
We are a nursing friendly venue.
We have disabled access and all gender toilets available, and baby changing facilities.
A quiet space is available for visitors who might need it, please ask a member of staff when you visit.
During exhibitions, large print label books are available in each room or at reception.
Blue Badge parking close to Two Temple Place is available:
- On the corner of Temple Place
- On nearby Surrey Street
- On nearby Essex Street
For more information please see the Westminster Council website.
We do not have an allocated Quiet Period, but if you would like to visit ‘The Glass Heart: Art, Industry & Collaboration’ during a quieter time we would advise that you visit after 4pm. Currently, our busiest time is 11am – 1pm. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7836 3715 if you have any questions or concerns.