Bewdley Museum Entrance
Getting to the museum
Disabled parking is available in the Load Street short stay car park (up to 3 hours) or Gardeners Meadow long stay car park.
There are two blue badge parking spaces directly outside the museum
The front entrance has double doors which may be difficult for some visitors to open. As an alternative visitors can access the museum via Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Gardens where there are no doors to negotiate.
To enter the museum through the rear entrance use Gardners Meadow car park and enter Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Gardens through the Lax Lane entrance.
There are two access ramps into the museum from these gardens – the ramp on the right hand side provides access to the café area, the one on the left is less steep and enters the herb garden.
Herb garden entrance
There are disabled toilets in the café area.
Guide dogs are welcome on site.
Large print and Braille guides are available to borrow, please ask a member of staff on the front desk.
An induction loop is available in the reception area and education rooms.
A manual wheelchair is available for use free of charge.
What to expect on your visit
Please be aware that some of the floor surfaces especially the Shambles and parts of the Brass Foundry are uneven and paved with cobbles.
There are a number of audio visual displays which can be activated by push button, the AV in the brass foundry is activated by sensor. If you have any concerns about the amount of noise you may encounter, please contact us before your visit and we will be able to advise or provide alternatives.
We are continually looking to improve access, if you have any difficulties during your visit or have any comments as to how we can improve our services please let us know.