Accommodation for Wheelchair Users in Edinburgh
Things to do for Wheelchair Users in Edinburgh
National Museum of Scotland, Old Town
After a £47m makeover, the city’s favourite museum re-opened this summer. It houses an array of large galleries exhibiting wonderful objects from Scottish history to other world cultures and natural history. Children will love the interactive galleries, especially Connect Gallery where they can get behind the wheel of a racing car simulator.
The Gallery On the Mound, New Town
The Gallery on the mound is the most central, located just off Princes Street. This contains a vast collection of fine art, with works by all the great masters, including Rembrandt and Renoir.
Modern Art Gallery, New Town
For a touch of something more contemporary, the Modern Art Gallery is within walking distance from Princes Street and is a rather grand building situated within it’s very own sculpture park. Visitors can picnic in the grounds and then inside, view the best of contemporary art displayed across spacious white walled rooms.