Eggs-cellent days out this Easter with the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain

Make the most of the Easter holidays and plan some cracking accessible family-friendly days out with the  Rough Guide to Accessible Britain.

The free online guide features reviews of accessible attractions across the UK including the Eden Project, the botanical nature conservation. This year Eden is holding an ‘Easter Eggstraveganza’ jam-packed with fun activities for all the family to enjoy including an Egg Scramble, Golden Egg Hunt and live storytelling. Eden is also including sensory-friendly ‘Relaxed Sessions’ this Easter for children with autism, learning disabilities and communication needs.

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Get up close up to real African safari animals including lions, wolves and snakes as you drive through Longleat Safari Park. During April, you can enjoy the Easter Eggspress and deliver a message to Humpty-Dumpty as you drive the safari routes with help from the egg characters hiding around the park and receive a tasty treat at the end!

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For the thrill-seekers in the family, visit Southend’s Adventure Island this Easter and have hours of fun. This half-term park visitors’ can get involved in Easter-themed activities such as face-painting, arts and crafts and an Easter egg hunt. The theme park has something for all including big and small roller coasters, mini golf, fairground games and restaurants, all located next to the seaside.

The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain has been developed in association with Motability Operations Ltd, the company that operates the Motability Car Scheme for disabled people. These online reviews contain all the must-have accessibility information needed to enjoy a great day out. The website also features the Days Out Blog which has first-person experiences of accessible days out across the country, written by disability experts, tourism professionals and Rough Guide to Accessible Britain fans.

The website also offers fans of the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain the chance to submit their own reviews for places they have visited or great days out they’ve experienced. Visitors to the website can read reviews by other readers; download a free activity pack to keep kids entertained on long journeys and access special offer vouchers too. The online format allows readers to easily browse through the Guide and simply select chosen chapters and reviews to read and print – ideal when planning days out. Added benefits to the online format include direct links to attraction websites and pre-populated Google maps for the Scenic Drive routes.

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