For disabled access around Plymouth, please visit the Access Plymouth website.
Access Plymouth is a local charity which exists to help Plymouth residents and visitors with their mobility needs.
Housed in purpose built premises in Mayflower East Car Park, they provide scooters, wheelchairs and powerchairs for hire and sale.
For travel, they have door to door minibuses with wheelchair access and a car service using volunteer drivers to take you around Plymouth.
Parking is available for the disabled in disabled only spaces and other Plymouth City Council parking bays are free provided that your badge and time disc are correctly diplayed.
The following car parks are restricted to a maximum 3 hour stay: Colin Campbell Court, Guildhall, Courtney Street, Cornwall Street and Mayflower Street East.
On-street parking meters - Display badge and time disc and take note of any restrictions on the ticket machines.
Citybus route 25 serves the Barbican and Hoe from the City Centre every 20 minutes and offers low level access.
Park and Ride from Milehouse, Coypool and George junction are also accessible.
RADAR keys are available from the Tourist Information Centre and Civic Centre.
Disabled toilets are located at : The Barbican (next to the Glassblowing House) Elphinstone car park, The Hoe Promenade, Bretonside Bus Station, Armada Way ( next to the Sundial) and Drake Circus shopping centre.