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Accessibility at Long Crendon Courthouse

The exterior of Long Crendon Courthouse in Buckinghamshire showing a white building and tiled roof.
Long Crendon Courthouse in Buckinghamshire | © National Trust/Chris Lacey

We believe Long Crendon Courthouse should be open and accessible for as many people as possible. Read more to discover how you can best access this special place and full information on accessibility for those with disabilities or additional access needs.

Everyone welcome

Access for people with disabilities

The National Trust has a variety of ways individuals with specialist requirements can access places free or at discounted admission rates.

Contact the Supporter Services Centre to discuss your specific requirements in relation to the passes outlined below:

Essential Companion Card - free admission for one companion or carer of a disabled person

Essential Companion Admit Two Card – as above but for more complex care needs

Access for All Admittance Pass – in situations where it may be more appropriate for the disabled person to go in free with a paying companion

If you need to bring a carer or essential companion to accompany you as a disabled visitor, you can now book a carers ticket in advance, free of charge.

To find out more contact the Supporter Services Centre:

Tel: 0344 800 1895 (9am-5.30pm weekdays, 9am-4pm weekends & bank holidays)

Send an enquiry via email.

More information about physical disability access is available on the AccessAble website.

Access statement

We're passionate about making Long Crendon Courthouse accessible to all needs and disabilities. For detailed information, this document outlines the various facilities we have in place to cater for your requirements. For Long Crendon Courthouse's full access statement please look at the homepage.

Arriving at Long Crendon Courthouse


This medieval courthouse is situated in an idyllic English village location. The ground floor is tenanted and private access only. The upper floor features a public exhibition on village life. There are no parking or toilet facilities at this site.

Arrival and parking facilities

The building is found along the street on the left as you head towards the church. There are brown signs directing from the surrounding roads.

There is no designated parking on site. Please be mindful of local residents and restrictions when parking along village streets.

Once you reach the building, you will need to climb a set of very steep stairs to access the public space. The ground floor is tenanted and not open to the public.

The main entrance door will be propped open during opening hours.


The exhibition is located inside the main courthouse building and is found on the upper floor.

The entrance/exit door is propped open during opening hours.

A very steep set of stairs must be climbed to enter the building, and the steps are uneven and narrow. It is not suitable for pushchairs, wheelchairs or those who suffer from poor balance or reduced mobility.

Inside the courthouse the area is spacious with a good heighted ceiling, and there is lots of natural light in this space.

There is a circulation space of approx. 1m between the display stands and furniture.

The site may sometimes open without any team members on site. Please call the emergency line provided on site if you need assistance urgently.

Assistance dogs welcome

Only assistance dogs are welcome throughout Long Crendon Courthouse. Unfortunately, due to the nature of the building and the facilities available no other dogs are allowed on site at this time.

Services and facilities


There are no toilet facilities available at this site.


There is currently no catering available at this site. Please venture into the local village for food and drink options.

Digital information

Mobile phone reception and Wi-Fi

Mobile phone reception is generally good. There is no wifi available on site, but data coverage is generally good.