Brading Roman Villa

The Brading Roman Villa is a wonderfully preserved site; a must-see if you love your history and fancy an afternoon looking at beautiful mosaics and excavations in a purpose-built (mainly) indoor centre with loads to see, activities for all (including kids – have a go at building a mosaic picture!) and a mouthwatering restaurant to end a perfect afternoon. Being a new, modern, purpose-built building, the centre offers modern accessibility with zero cause for complaint. Visitors in wheelchairs are able to independently navigate their way around the site with no additional support required. All interactive toys/educational items etc are at reachable heights so you won’t miss out on anything and all the doors are automatic.

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Brading Roman Villa
As expected with a new build, Brading Roman Villa does not disappoint when it comes to accessibility. Meeting all current accessibility guidelines (and then some) the museum is a perfect example of how businesses can provide for their customers. Parking is plentiful with designated bays and there is clear evidence that accessibility was a major consideration in the design of the centre. All in, a fabulous day out - don't miss it!
An amazing venue
Modern, well thought-out venue
Fully Accessible
One-level - no need for stairs or lifts
Accessible toilet; no need for a Radar key
Hearing Induction Loop
Clear, concise signage
Dietary requirements catered for
Slight upwards gradient on path leading to centre
Car park approx 300m from entrance to venue (uncovered)

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