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Accessibility at Mary Arden's Farm
Visitor reception & shop
Adjacent to our free on-site Blue Badge car parking and can be reached via a ramp.
Mary Arden's is a working farm where most of the grounds and buildings are accessible to visitors, with some ramps provided for wheelchair users. However some paths are uneven - made worse in poor weather - and may prove difficult for wheelchairs and pushchairs. A courtesy wheelchair is available and our experienced guides can offer a sensory tour for visitors with sight impairments. Assistance dogs are welcome, with the exception of the outer grazing areas. Large print guides are available.
Palmer's Farm & Mary Arden's House
The ground floors have uneven surfaces and can be narrow in parts. The first floors are inaccessible for wheelchair users. Note: Palmer's Farm garden is inaccessible for wheelchairs.
Visitor toilets are located in the farm yards and adjacent to the cafe. An accessible toilet and baby-changing facilities can be found in the Rickyard. There are also hand-wash stations situated around the site.
Mary Arden's Cafe
Approached via a ramp from the car park or the Rickyard, our cafe layout offers easy access. There are also picnic tables near the children's playground and around the site.