Wheelchair Accessible Aberdeen Maritime Museum
Accessible Parking Area*,
Both Entrances are Wheelchair Accessible,
Accessible Lifts to All Floors,
Accessible Toilets (2),
For details of other visitor attractions, eating and drinking options and hotels in Aberdeen, see the Wheelchair Accessible Aberdeen Guide
*Although there is accessible Blue Badge parking available in the NCP car park (NCP Shiprow) opposite the Aberdeen Maritime Museum, you have to pay.
The museum shop, the museum cafe and the newer part of the building, are all wonderfully wheelchair accessible. Some parts of the older section of the building though, which dates from 1593 (before wheelchair accessibility was even a thing), can only be accessed via steps.
But overall, this is most-definitely a “must see” attraction for wheelchair using visitors to Aberdeen.
See the Wheelchair Accessible Aberdeen Guide for details of other attractions, restaurants and hotels in Aberdeen.
Photo credit: Aberdeen Maritime Museum
If this information has assisted you in planning your travels with your wheelchair, please consider making a donation to FareShare, and help them feed the most vulnerable people in the UK.
Thank you – and Happy Travels!
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