The Centre for Computing History welcomes everyone.
Entrance / Exit
The entrance to the museum has a shallow incline ramp in both directions.
We have dedicated accessible parking space immediately outside our front door.
Please call us on 01223 214446 at least 24 hours in advance to reserve this.
You will need to provide the details of the registration number, make and model of vehicle and the date of your visit.
We have an large accessible toilet in our front foyer area. This also holds our baby changing facilities.
The museum is quite open plan.
There are no steps and all of the exhibits are on one level.
There is plenty of space around the exhibits for wheelchair access.
Concession tickets are available for visitors who are blue badge holders, guide dog owners, or anyone part of a registered disability scheme. Free entry is also provided for registered carers where applicable, though we appreciate it if you can contact us beforehand to confirm your visit.
To Qualify for free entry, all we require is to see an example of the recognised documentation below:
Entitlement to (i.e. a letter stating that the benefit has been awarded, or the actual allowance book):
Disability Living Allowance (DLA)
Personal Independent Payments (PIP)
Carer Registration Card
Armed Forces Independent Payments (AFIP)
A Blue or Orange Badge
Registration Card BD8 or a Certificate of Visual Impairment (CVI).
International Proof of Disability (ISA (International Symbol of Access) or similar must be printed on it)
Guide dogs and registered service dogs are welcome in the museum.
Other Accessibility Needs
If you or your group require additional assistance when visiting the museum, please contact us in advance.
We will do our best to make arrangements and ensure that you can enjoy your visit to the full.