Access for all at Anglesey Abbey

Here at Anglesey Abbey, we want everyone to feel welcome and have an enjoyable day out. We hope that page helps you to plan your visit, but we also know that every visitor has individual needs, so if there’s anything else you would like to know or anything we can help with, please just ask a member of the team.

Parking

Here at Anglesey Abbey, we have approximately 26 accessible car parking spaces on a firm, hard-standing surface. These are located just a short distance from the Visitor Centre entrance, and there are further five accessible spaces in the oval car park, along with family bays. 

The car park is all on one level, with the accessible car park located on your left as you go over the pedestrian crossing. 

Welcome

Our welcome space is a little different at the moment. When you arrive, you'll notice signs that point towards the rear of the Plant Centre. Please follow these and head to the welcome kiosk, where a member of the team will be waiting to welcome you. If you have any questions regarding accessibility within the estate, please don't hesitate to ask, they'll be more than happy to assist you. 

To help you plan your day, download a copy of our map below. 

Anglesey Abbey New Map Download here

Essential Companions

Our admission policy here at Anglesey Abbey means that if you, or someone in your party, requires a companion, there is no charge for this. 

Instead, the admission fee or membership applies to the disabled visitor, and their carer or companion comes in free of charge. Essential Companion cards can be obtained alongside a membership, please ask a memebr of the Welcome Team for more details. 

Disabled visitor and carers in rose garden

Access for everyone 

We welcome disabled visitors and their carers at our places, and assistance dogs too. Find out everything we do to give you a great day out and details of the Essential Companion card or group Links Pass.


Wheelchairs and Mobility Scooters (PMVs)

Unfortuantely, we're currently unable to loan our our wheelchairs or mobility scooters. We're working hard to get this facility back up and running following government guidance. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Please keep an eye on our website or social media for the latest updates, where we'll be sharing them as soon as we can. 

If you're thinking of planning a visit to Anglesey Abbey and would like more information on our accessible facilities, please phone 01223 810080 or alternatively, please email us here.

A copy of our access statement is included below, which details more about the house and gardens offer. 

Anglesey Abbey Access Statement Download here