Accessibility

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.

During busy periods we may ask you to leave your pushchair in our cloakroom.

Assistance animals are very welcome.

 

Interpretation 

During exhibitions, large print label books are available in each room.

 

Parking

For local blue badge parking please see: www.bluebadgelondon.org.uk

 

Quiet Openings 

Our Quiet Openings will take place every Monday from 2.30pm – 4.3pm during our 2022 exhibition Body Vessel Clay.

During this time we will limit the number of bookable tickets for the exhibition to create a less overwhelming environment.

Our Quiet Openings are especially suitable for visitors with autism or other additional needs and visitors who are medically vulnerable.

To find out more information and book your free ticket see here. 

 

 

Front steps, Two Temple Place