News (August 2021) - Accessible Holidays - Tourism For All

  • heritage open day logo
    In News

    Learn something new this September

    Heritage Open Days are returning this September! The two week long event is England’s largest festival of history and culture and is a chance to us to find out more about the heritage of our communities and explore local places that aren’t often open to the public.

  • image is the logo for the wethe15
    In News

    WeThe15 campaign launches

    Disability activists from around the globe have united to launch a new campaign, WeThe15, which is set to be the biggest ever human rights movement towards inclusion for the billions of people living with a disability around the world.

  • a family near a beach
    In features

    Accessible family friendly places to stay

    Finding an accommodation provider that is perfect for the whole family can be difficult, especially if you have additional needs. If you’re looking for something suitable for a variety of ages and needs, take a look at some of these suggestions.

  • a lady with pink hair is sat on her wheelchair on a sandy beach
    In News

    5 of Britain’s best beaches for wheelchair users

    It’s the summer holidays which means that many of you will want to be heading to the coast. However, if you’re a wheelchair user, trips to the beach can be difficult, from pebbles to sand, there are several things to think about before travelling. To help inspire your beach trips this summer, here are five of the best beaches in Britain for wheel chair access.

  • the outside of the armagh observatory and planetarium, the building is surrounded by tall trees
    In News

    Planetarium is ready for lift off!

    Armagh Observatory and Planetarium have announced its reopening now that lockdown restrictions have been lifted in Northern Ireland. Following the various lockdowns over the past year, the team have been adding a number of new facilities to the site, including a themed Changing Places toilet, a new theatre experience, an inclusive and immersive sensory room and an interactive exhibition area.