Since the UK Disability Discrimination Act, wheelchair users are able to enjoy better travel experiences but like so many cities, wheelchair friendly London is a work in progress. Some of the top wheelchair friendly attractions in London have had to work hard at becoming so since they are just so ancient. The excellent news though, is most of the iconic sites are easily accessible to all. Here’s 8 Wheelchair Friendly Things to do in London:
1. Take a Trip on the London Eye
Opened for the Millennium celebrations, the London Eye very quickly became one of the best ways to view the city. As the tallest observation wheel in the world, it is only right that the Eye is one of the top London attractions with disabled access. Wheelchairs are easily pushed into the capsules and with the floor to ceiling windows, the views are enjoyed by everyone.