“Visit the Queen’s House in Greenwich, London. Home to an internationally renowned art collection, Inigo Jones’ architectural masterpiece is the first Classical building in the UK.
Discover architectural marvels, royal history and over 450 works of art by great British and European artists.”
"Guide dogs, hearing dogs and assistance dogs are welcome across all our sites.
Our Visitor Assistants are also trained in disability awareness, so please ask a member of staff for any assistance you may need during your visit."
Free admission for disabled visitor companions
"Royal Museums Greenwich offers free admission to companions accompanying visitors with disabilities.
The Queen's House offers free entry to permanent exhibitions. Some smaller events, such as one-off evenings, talks and courses, may include a charge for companions."
Getting to the Queen's House
Accessible DLR and rail travel
"Greenwich and Maze Hill rail station platforms have step free access via ramp, lifts or underpass. The ticket offices and car parks at these stations are also step free."
Accessible river travel
"The Thames Clipper service provides boarding ramps for wheelchair users. Guide and assistance dogs are also welcome on board without charge.
Greenwich Pier has installed Europe's first Ramp Rider greatly improving access for wheelchair users getting on and off boats at Greenwich at low tide."
Accessible bus travel
"For accessibility information about buses to and from Greenwich, plus information on special services such as Dial-a-Ride and Taxicard."
"Limited pre-booked spaces are available for disabled visitors in the Museum car park. Please pre-book, otherwise we cannot guarantee a place."General accessibility features:
Mobility accessibility features:
- Assistance animal welcome
- Disabled parking access
- Accessible public transport nearby
- Lift access to all levels
- Wheelchair hire available
- Accessible toilet
"All floors of the Queen's House have lift access.
Please note that if you are visiting the Queen's House with a mobility scooter you may need to seek assistance from staff. This is because some models of scooter do not fit in the lift and ramps will be required if visiting the Great Hall and the Orangery. Ask at the information desk upon arrival.
All Royal Museums Greenwich sites have accessible toilets, and our cafes and gift shops are wheelchair-accessible.
Wheelchairs can be borrowed from museum information desks on the day of your visit, but we recommend booking these in advance, due to limited availability, by emailing email@example.com."Vision accessibility features:
- Large print or high contrast menus and other signage
Large print guides
"Large print guides are available for visiting and temporary exhibitions at the Queen’s House."Hearing accessibility features:
- Hearing loop or infrared assisted listening system
"Hearing loops are fitted at all site information desks and at key locations across the sites."Autism/Sensory accessibility features:
Autism/Sensory accessibility information:
- Quiet room or space
"We can provide quiet spaces for visitors who might want to make use of them."