Maybe the Romans knew more about accessibility that the modern world! lol Seriously though, if you get chance to visit the UK, Bath is a wonderful place to visit. It holds significant Roman influence and a beautiful place. Ive been twice now and would love to visit again.
The Roman Baths have done so much to enable disabled visitors to explore this fascinating site and to have a memorable experience. Disabled visitors pay the normal admission price but an accompanying carer is allowed in for free.
Each visitor is given an audioguide to help guide them around the exhibitions, a video BSL guide is available free of charge on request or you can request an audioguide compatible with the ‘T’ switch on a hearing aid.
For the visually impaired, there are braille guides and tactile displays throughout the exhibition, and braille transcripts of the audioguide. With some notice it is also possible to arrange for a guided tour from a signing guide, call in advance to arrange (01225 477785).
Two wheelchairs and a mobility scooter are available for visitors but can’t be booked in advance. And there are accessible toilets available at the entrance.