What's on in Scotland on #AccessDay 2019?

Disabled Access Day, Ideas, Scotland

What's on in Scotland on #AccessDay 2019?

With dozens of places and spaces joining in, there are lots of choices for Scottish people wanting to celebrate Disabled Access Day! Click on any of these venues listed below to find out more about the events they have on offer.

Edinburgh

Britannia

National Gallery of Modern Art - Springtime Sensory Storytelling: Multi-sensory storytelling with Maureen Philip from PAMIS

Royal Yacht Britannia - Take advantage of their Disabled Access Day discounted tickets

Edinburgh Castle  - Try out the accessibility of this top attraction including BSL tours, mobility vehicles and more

Scotch Whisky Experience & The Amber Restaurant - Enjoy an extra dram and an artisan chocolate on the day and free coffee and cake at The Amber restaurant

Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh - See all sorts of exotic flowers, trees and more at the Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh

Scottish Storytelling Centre - Wild and Windy Songs and Stories – a lively, multi-sensory, interactive storytelling session

National Museum of ScotlandBlind and partially sighted visitors are invited to join an Audio Described tour of Embroidered Stories with artist Juliana Capes

Stirling

Stirling

Stirling Castle - Try out the tactile exhibits and travel back in time with the castle's Living History guides!

Glasgow & Nearby

Glasgow Film Theatre - GFT will announce what their Disabled Access Day screening is very soon!

Glasgow Short Film Festival - Enjoy film screenings and join a debate about accessibility in film at the Centre for Contemporary Art in Glasgow!

Glasgow Science CentreCuriosity Live is a celebration of the scientific work and research happening in Scotland and the guest experts will give visitors the chance to take part in live research inside the science centre.

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs

Real Food Café, Tyndrum - Enjoy great food, a warm welcome and a fun day out a venue passionate about access

Dumbarton Castle - Join in sensory events at one of Scotland’s most imposing fortresses

Dundee, Fife, Perth & Kinross

Unicorn

HMS Unicorn - Try out their brand new virtual tour experience that lets you explore Scotland’s oldest ship

St. Andrews Castle - Enjoy a fun day out on beach wheelchairs at this historic castle with amazing views

Perth Museum & Art Gallery - Meet local disabled peoples’ organisations and try something new in Perth!

Perth Opera House - Try something new at this newly renovated venue in the heart of Perth

Highlands and Islands

Maeshowe

Maeshowe, Orkney - Discover the secrets of an ancient tomb using brand new VR technology at Maeshowe

The Borders

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Dawyck Botanic Garden - Enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of Scotland’s southernmost botanic garden