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Dyrham Park - National Trust

Dyrham, near Bath, South Gloucestershire, SN14 8HY

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    About Dyrham Park - National Trust

    Accessibility Overview

    Located north of Bath, Dyrham Park features a Visitor Reception, tearoom, café, shops, House, garden, play area, and parkland with hikes and trails.

    There is car parking at the estate, with designated parking bays for Blue Badge holders near the Visitor Reception.

    The estate offers toilet facilities with adaptations for disabled people, which can be found in the Visitor Reception, and to the right of the giftshop.

    The Visitor Reception and café have step-free level access into and throughout them, and the House offers step-free level access to the ground floor. Other points of interest are accessed via ramps/slopes or steps.

    Routes to many of the features detailed above have steep and very steep ramps/slopes, sometimes covering some distance, so an accessible shuttle is available to take visitors to most features, excluding the Café, play area, and parkland. Manual wheelchairs can also be borrowed from the Visitor Reception. The National Trust recommends booking these in advance.

    Please view our Detailed Access Guides below to find out further details, including measurements and photographs.

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