Basing House is a large site in two parts with accessible parking on both parts as well as at our main car park.
Wheelchair users and visitors with mobility requirements
The site is large and although most of the site is accessible to all, there are areas with limited access due to rough terrain or steep inclines. Accessible parking is available. There are three accessible toilets in different locations and seating is provided around the site.
Deaf and hearing impaired visitors
Induction loops are fitted in the Visitor Centre, the Great Barn, the Learning & Community Centre, and the museum. Audio tours are available to download to MP3 players before your visit. Copies of the guidebook are available free, on loan, for those with hearing loss. BSL interpretation is available, but booking is essential.
Blind and visually impaired visitors
Guided tours are available but it is essential that you book in advance to avoid disappointment. Braille copies of the Basing House guidebook are available on loan. Please ask at the Visitor Centre reception desk. Assistance dogs are welcome anywhere on the site. Water can be provided on request.
More accessibility and disability information
Basing House is still developing. This information will be regularly updated as more facilities for disabled people are introduced. Please contact us before your visit to discuss your requirements.