Marazion, Cornwall TR17 0HZ
"Tramper " All Terrain Mobility Scooter available at no cost for use around the village area of St Michael's Mount. Pre-booking essential as demand for use is high. Telephone; 01736 710265
Bodelva, Cornwall PL24 2SG
6 powered chairs, book 1 month in advance to avoid disappointment (01726 811972)
Manual wheelchairs available.
Blue Badge Car Parks; Apple 1 & 2, Banana
Changing Places Toilet.
Upper Tamar Lake, Kilkhampton, Near Bude EX23 9SB
Accessible Paths & a 'Wheelyboat'
Common Moor, Liskeard PL14 6ER
"Tramper" Mobility Scooter, 'Wheelyboat' and accessible paths.
Menherion, Redruth TR16 6NW
'Wheelyboat' and accessible paths.
Bude EX23 0JD
500 acres of beautiful countryside. A "Tramper" All Terrain Mobility Scooter can be hired to explore the Bude Canal Path and Whalesborough Farm Trails. Due to the extensive area that can be explored only full day hire is available for £10. Weir Coffee House is perfect for a cuppa!
A cultural landscape of World Heritage Status, defined by Cornish mining along a 7 mile stretch of coast.
Botallack : Home to the iconic Crowns Engine Houses that cling to the cliffs, shows the incredible engineering feats of Cornish Miners
Levant : 1840 steam engine still in steam and historic buildings.
Two 'Tramper' all terrain mobility scooters to hire, operated under the Countryside Mobility Scheme.
Botallack ; To pre-book telephone 01736 786004
Levant Mine ; To pre-book telephone 01736 786156
Feock, nr. Truro, Cornwall TR3 6QL
A lovely country house and garden set in an estate with stunning maritime views and lovely woodland walks.
Mobility scooter available, booking is essential.
Sandchairs are all terrain wheelchairs designed for use outdoors and have large inflatable wheels which allow them to wheel over the sand and pebbles easily.
Click on the link below for a list of beaches in Cornwall with sandchairs for hire.
Nr Bude EX23 8HN
Level access with a flat viewing area and beach café.
Disabled access from the car park, accessible toilets and a sand chair to allow access on to the beach for visitors with limited mobility.
Accessible beach huts available for those with limited mobility, some are suitable for wheelchair users.
Trenance Gardens, Newquay TR7 2NN
Electric scooters can be pre-booked by calling 'Toots' on 01637 859181
Reduced admission rates for disabled visitors & accompanying carer admitted free.
based at The Wateringhole Pub, Perranporth Beach (other locations are used)
Offers adventure sports to people with a wide range of disabilities using modified equipment. Activities include power kiting, buggying and landboarding.
Bodmin PL30 5AD
Two single seater personal mobility scooters available. Booking is essential. Telephone 01208 265950
Benny Halt, St Newlyn East, Newquay, Cornwall TR8 5LX
We have two wheeelchairs available to borrow. Maximum size of wheelchair to fit in a steam train carriage is 130cm high x 120cm long x 70cm wide.
Specially adapted (ramped) compartments for wheelchairs.
Mawnan Smith, Nr. Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 5JZ
Half price entrance for disabled visitors and carers.
Two "Tramper" Mobility Scooters available. To book please call 01326 252200 (booking essential)
Cremyll, Plymouth PL10 1HZ
Tramper all-terrain mobility scooted available to hire; advanced booking is strongly advise. £2.50 an hour to hire.
The Camel Trail runs from Padstow to Weford Bridge (17 miles)
The entire length is flat and suitable for a wheelchair user (small section on road shared with traffic.
Bike Smart in Wadebridge hire bikes which are adapted and suitable for disabled users.
Motorised beach wheelchair. £3 an hour to hire. Please call Mobius Kite School on 01637 831 383 to book.
Trelissick Road, Hayle TR27 4HB
Two mobility scooters available to borrow which can be pre-booked by calling 01736 751023 after 10am. Accessible toilets.
Bodmin PL31 1AQ
Dogs welcome. Bodmin General Station is the best place to start your journey. Information on accessibility at other stations is on the website. Facilities for wheelchair users (up to 4 can be accommodated) on most daytime trains. Advisable to call ahead to check availability.
Godolphin Cross, Helston, Cornwall TR13 9RE
An ancient and atmospheric estate with a medieval garden and historic house.
'Tramper' all terrain mobility scooter available to explore the gardens and grounds as part of the Countryside Mobility Scheme. To book please call 01736 761000
Built in 2002, this modern building has been designed with access in mind. There are 5 levels in the museum, all of which are accessible by lift or ramp. You should allow at least 1.5 hours for your visit. Large print and Braille guides are available free of charge from reception. A small number of wheelchairs are available for loan free of charge.
Our major new exhibition TITANIC STORIES examines the stories of the Titanic’s momentous sinking on 15 April 1912, re-appraising many of the myths, controversies and assumptions that still linger around one of the most well-known historic events of the 20th century.
Working in collaboration with private collectors from overseas and national museums in the UK, TITANIC STORIES presents rare and never-seen-before objects, as well as retelling the personal stories of many of the survivors, victims and descendants of the Titanic disaster, including those from Cornwall. Companions who are required to assist disabled visitors are admitted free of charge. https://nmmc.co.uk/