Pathways suitable for wheelchairs join all the sites within the Beaulieu attraction, however, some of the garden and riverside paths are constructed of hoggin and/or gravel. Please note that both rallies and events held in the Beaulieu Parkland are staged on grass, generally accessible from gravel or hoggin roadways. We offer free use of manual wheelchairs and electric scooters. It is advisable to book these in advance by calling 01590 614646 between 10:00am – 5:00pm. Please note that to ensure the safety of visitors, the use of personal customised mobility vehicles is at our discretion.
The National Motor Museum has three floor levels with access available to all through ramps and lifts.
The lower level of Palace House is accessible to wheelchair users but unfortunately due to the historic nature of the property there is no lift to the upper floor. There is however a visual guide to the upstairs rooms and staff will be happy to show you this on your visit. Please note that unfortunately we are unable to accommodate pushchairs in Palace House and they will need to be left outside.
If you are leaving a wheelchair unattended, please ensure that it does not obstruct pathways or busy areas. More detailed advice for visitors with wheelchairs is provided on arrival. If you have any queries in advance of your visit please call us on 01590 612345.