Wheelchair Accessible One New Change London

Accessibility :

Wheelchair Accessible Lifts,
Wheelchair Accessible Roof Terrace,
Accessible Toilets (RADAR)


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

So. You visited St.Paul’s Cathedral and, as a wheelchair user, left feeling a wee bit disappointed that you were unable to view it from any higher than the ground level?

Well, prepare to fly (or to be able to look down on St.Paul’s Cathedral anyway).

And, it’s FREE.

You’ll need to leave St.Paul’s though. And roll around to the One New Change building (a shopping centre) which overlooks the rear of the cathedral; and take one of their wheelchair accessible lifts to the FREE public Roof Terrace (open from 6am-midnight daily). A gently sloping ramp will take you between levels on the Roof Terrace.

There is also an excellent bar and restaurant on the roof (“Madison’s”) where you can enjoy the spectacular views while sipping an equally spectacular cocktail.

There are two dedicated accessible toilets (one on the First Floor and one on the Lower Ground Floor). Both are operated by a RADAR key. However, if needed, keys are held by all security officers and cleaners.


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

Photo credit: © User:Colin / Wikimedia Commons

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