We have designated car parking areas, and also a place to drop-off passengers at the House as required.
Most parts of the garden are accessible. There are gravelled areas immediately in front of the House and on the parterre, and steep and uneven paths on the way to the Stables and through the Tulip Patch. We have a map showing suitable routes for the less able-bodied or wheelchair users, please request this from our Ticket & Information Office upon arrival.
We have 4 wheelchairs which are available on a first-come, first-served basis, which can be used within the Gardens. These wheelchairs are located outside the Ticket & Information Office near to the House.
We have 4 wheelchairs which are available on a first-come, first-served basis, to be used within the House. These wheelchairs are located in the main entrance of the House, for timed entry ticket holders.
Most areas of the House are acessible to wheelchair users. However, there is limited access to the Prints and Drawings rooms, and Wine Cellars. Please let us know in advance of your visit if you wish to see these areas, by calling us on 01296 653226, 10am-3pm, Mon-Fri to make prior arrangements.
Please note, due to safety reasons, we can only allow 2 wheelchairs on any floor at the same time.
Braille guides are available on a first-come, first-served basis at the House entrance.
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You'll find type information booklets are available in some rooms in the House.
House Tour Handset
House tour handsets are available at the House main entrance for £3.00 offering an informative and detailed tour of the House. Featuring information on the history of the Manor, items in the Collection and video explanations from our team of Curators. Also available in French and Mandarin translations.
House tour handset app
The Tour can also be downloaded in advance of your visit as an app, from the Itunes store, select the 'view in Itunes' button and then download the app. Available for £2.99 you can then take the Tour using your own mobile handset, and this can be used for repeat visits as well.
We have designated bathroom facilities for wheelchair users at the House, next to the main lavatories. There is also one at the Stables next to the ladies' lavatories.
Typetalk is available.
Assistance dogs are welcome in both the House and Gardens.
We want you to enjoy your visit to Waddesdon. If there's anything we can do to help you in any way, please call us 01296 653226, 10am-3pm, Mon-Fri, or email firstname.lastname@example.org