Gardens and Grounds
As we start to re-open the Gardens and other areas of the Museum we’ll be reviewing our Accessibility Guide.
If you have any questions about an area of the Museum which may not currently be featured please contact us and we’ll do our very best to help you plan your visit.
Our guide can be viewed here
This year we’ve teamed up with Countryside Mobility and are pleased to provide a Tramper, to make our gardens and outdoor spaces even more accessible.
As we only have one Tramper, you must book this in advance by calling 01225 460503 or emailing email@example.com during normal opening hours (10am -4pm Tuesday to Sunday).
You might be able to use the Tramper without pre-booking but we cannot guarantee this.
We don’t charge for hiring the Tramper but you do have to sign up to the Countryside Mobility membership, £2.50 for 2 weeks or £10 for a year.
Card payment only at this time.
You can then use your membership at all other Countryside Mobility Tramper destinations.
We recommend that you read the medical and health information and terms and conditions of use in the Tramper hire information, before arriving as this will help you to assess whether you’ll be able to use the Tramper, and will save you time when registering for membership.
We would also recommend watching this short film.
Please note this film is on YouTube. We are not responsible for any content that may appear or you find upsetting whilst using YouTube.
We will also be adhering to social distancing measures and increased cleaning of the Tramper so we do recommend wearing gloves and a face covering during hire.
Blue badge parking is in the main car park, 150 meters sloped walked to the Ticket Office.
At this time our Visitor Experience team is unable to drive a golf buggy around the site to help those with walking difficulties, due to social distancing measures.
If you would like to park closer to the gardens, please email or call us in advance.
A wheelchair accessible toilet is located in the Gallery Shop.
Dogs are welcome in our Gardens and Grounds, on a lead though please.
Assistance dogs are welcome everywhere on site.
If you need any more information about planning a visit please email firstname.lastname@example.org or get in touch via our contact form.
Please note: Claverton Manor and the Exhibition Gallery remain closed.
When the UK Government gives the go-ahead to museums and galleries, we will of course reopen Claverton Manor our and Exhibition Gallery. You can keep up to date via our website and social media channels.