Hi. Are there really so few???????
It has been suggested by a guru I share my recent experience of a great attraction that was ssoooo disability friendly. Have you been to one? Perhaps we can compile a list!
Mine was a visit to ss Great Britain in Bristol. Just follow the brown signs which are clearly marked. I was a bit miffed to find only four, occupied blue badge spaces but good old Bristol doesn't charge in the car park if you display your blue badge.
My husband went to enquire if I could see anything on a mobility scooter. He was assured I could, and boy could I. They have lifts everywhere for us. The ship looks like it is floating but it is a clever trick. I took the lift down to see the hull below the water line. Fascinating! Then across to the wonderful museum with ramps and more lifts. The only thing I could not do was climb the rigging, but they have plans for that in hand too! It was a fabulous visit. And dont forget if you require an assistant they go free! Also, the guide they give you shows you how to see everything in one hour, two hours, three hours or the full monty as they say. There really is that much to see. I even met Mr Brunel, who held open the entrance door, and he didnt smell mouldy at all!!
Where have you been that was so accommodating?
Here's a photo of a brave young man. His poor mum's nerves were in shreds but he was quite safe.