Wheelchair Accessible HMS Belfast London

Accessibility :

Wheelchair Accessible (partly),
Wheelchair Accessible Lift,
Wheelchair Accessible Toilet,
Wheelchair Accessible Cafe


For details of other wheelchair accessible hotels, wheelchair-friendly eating and drinking options and wheelchair accessible attractions in central London, see the Wheelchair Accessible London Guide

HMS Belfast was a working warship.

Therefore, the numerous ladders, steps and narrow passages mean that most of the attraction is NOT accessible to wheelchairs. However, the Main Deck and Boat Deck are – and a wheelchair-accessible lift makes the Quarterdeck accessible too.

Unless you are REALLY interested in visiting HMS Belfast though, I would just view it for free from the Thames Path (as it passes through central London on the south bank of the River Thames). This part of the Thames Path between Westminster Bridge and Tower Bridge is one of THE best step-free walks in central London (and includes the London Eye, the Golden Jubilee Bridges, the Southbank Centre – including the Royal Festival Hall, Tate Modern, a side-trip to St.Paul’s Cathedral via the Millennium Bridge, Shakespeare’s Globe theatre, the Golden Hinde, The View From The Shard, HMS Belfast, City Hall, Tower Bridge & the Tower of London).


Photo credit: HMS Belfast in central London, with Tower Bridge in the background, by fatoota from Pixabay.


See the Wheelchair Accessible London Guide for details of other wheelchair accessible attractions, restaurants and hotels in central London.

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