We recently wrote a blog about how a cruise is the perfect holiday because of its durability to accommodate a travel mobility scooter. However, if you’d rather stay on dry land, there’s lots of options for you. A Luggie travel mobility scooter will fit into many types of holiday accommodation such as lodges, caravans and campervans. Thanks to this ability, you can explore as much of the country as you wish! Here at Luggie Mobility Scooters, we have done a bit of research into a few of the most beautiful and accessible places you can visit:
Exeter is often praised for its accessibility. It is home to art, music and culture, as well as a particularly imposing cathedral. The Exeter Phoenix is a venue with maximum accessibility and the quayside area is level. Buildings such as the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Princesshay are ideal for manoeuvring round a travel mobility scooter.
Bath is a beautiful city famous for its Roman Baths and Royal Crescent. The thermal springs below the city rise within the baths and still flow with natural hot water. Although it is a well preserved historic site, the visitor experience for the Roman Baths has been adapted to make the site 90% accessible using lifts and ramps. The Fashion Museum and Victoria Art Gallery are accessible to both wheelchair and travel mobility scooter users.
Chester is full of Tudor buildings, quaint shopping streets and historic monuments. Chester’s famous city walls are highly accessible. You could also make a trip to Chester Zoo or one of the city’s most popular features; The Rows. This is a series of half timbered galleries forming shops above the street.
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Other accessible destinations to visit or holiday at with your travel mobility scooter include Norwich in Norfolk, Truro in Cornwall and York in Yorkshire. With its rolling hills and amazing scenery, along with historical elements and shops, England really is a fascinating country to explore.