FACILITIES AT  TOURIST SITES FOR PERSONS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

 

●●● Clear access / ●● Some difficulty / ● Difficult access


UPPER ROCK NATURE RESERVE ATTRACTIONS
1.  St. Michaelís Cave - partly accessible, lift at entrance to first viewing platform only ●●

2.  Apes Den - accessible ●●●

3.  Great Siege Tunnels - accessible half way, steep hill and set of steps ●●

4.  WWII Tunnels accessible ●●●

5.  Moorish Castle - access difficult, steps and narrow corridors ●

Whilst steps are being taken to meet the special requirements of some of our visitors, some of Gibraltarís major attractions face particular difficulties in providing access for those who are in wheelchairs.  However, to compensate in some small measure for this, the Gibraltar Tourist Board has arranged for free access to blue badge holders into the Upper Rock.

OTHER ATTRACTIONS:

Nelsonís Anchorage: Access to exhibition only, steps and narrow corridors leading to gun ●●

Gibraltar Museum: Access to lower floor only ●●

Cable Car: Difficult access, a number of flights of steps at both stops ●

Alameda Botanical Gardens: Accessible ●●●

Alameda Wildlife Conservation Park: Steps and narrow paths ●

Trafalgar Cemetery: Partly accessible ●●

Gibraltar Crystal Glass Factory: Ramps into factory, assistance provided by staff ●●●

Gibraltar Arts and Crafts Exhibition: Good access, lifts to upper floor ●●●

John Mackintosh Hall ( library & cultural centre ) : Good access, lifts to first floor ●●●

Shrine of Our Lady of Europe: Good access, ramp at entrance ●●●

Flat Bastion Magazine: Partly accessible, narrow corridors ●●

Kings Bastion Leisure Centre: Accessible, lifts to different floors ●●●

Commonwealth Park: Accessible: lift and entrances at ground floor level ●●●

We hope that the friendliness, helpfulness and attention of local people can go some way towards compensating for any deficiencies in the physical provisions in buildings and amenities some of which are difficult to satisfactorily adapt.