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Accessibility at Springhill

Visitor using mobility scooter enjoys autumn parkland with friend and dog
Visitors explore Springhill in autumn | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

Everyone needs nature and we are doing our bit to ensure that there are no barriers to accessing the green spaces and grounds of Springhill.

Accessibility on site

We've made a number of improvements to our facilities and visitor offer lately to make Rowallane Garden more accessible.

  • A mobility scooter is available to hire free of charge.
  • There is a wheelchair available to hire free of charge.
  • Audio loops are available in Visitor Reception.
  • There are dedicated disabled parking spaces.
  • There are disabled toilets on site..

Mobility scooter and wheelchair

RSpringhill has a new mobility scooter available for visitors to use, free of charge. It can be reserved in advance of your visit by calling or emailing us, or requested on arrival at the visitor hut.

Who can use the mobility scooter and wheelchair?

Our mobility aids are for use by anyone who struggles with walking distances or has limited mobility of any kind.

Springhill accessibility guide

Take a look at the Springhill accessibility guide for more information on borrowing mobility vehicles, recommended routes and some handy hints on getting around, facilities and things to see and do.

Paths are generally accessible across the property but, if you have any questions don't hesitate to contact us. Our work to improve the accessibility of Springhill is ongoing, if you have any questions, feedback or, ideas please get in touch with us by email

The Entrance Front of Springhill, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland showing both pavillions and part of the garden at sunset

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