Accessing the City of London's Square Mile
Access All Areas gives us a video look at accessing some of the city's attractions!
The superb Sophie Morgan has done another Access All Areas video for Disability Horizons and this time it's about a square miles that's home to 350,000 workers and some surprisingly accessible attractions.
These videos are in my view the future of accessible tourism information. They give you a short but just enough taster of what kind of access you can expect to find when planning a trip. Sophie Morgan is a skilled presenter and tho I'd quite like a longer more detailed look at the places visited, the truth is that these bite size chunks are still well worth watching and you will always end up knowing a lot more about access in the area than before you started your travel planning.
Try this video about the Museum of London, the amazing Guildhall and somewhere I'd not expected to be accessible, the Tower of London.
About the author
was a trustee on the WDP Board for five years,
and a social media management lead until 1st May 2017.
Mark's personal blogging website,
The Blue Badge Blog,
covers a wide range of disability issues, particularly accessible travel.
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