Accessibility

Accessibility

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Booking CARER tickets

  • Guests with disabilities can bring a carer, personal assistant or support worker with them free of charge when relevant documentation is shown to our admissions staff

Access

For wheelchair users:

  • We have two flights of stairs inside, but are fully accessible to guests who use a wheelchair
  • We admit 1 wheelchair user per hour, at each quarter past the hour
  • We currently do not have wheelchairs available for hire

For those with other mobility impairments:

  • We are a 90-110 minute walking experience and guests are required to stand for a majority of it
  • Seating is available in some shows, but due to the nature of the attraction and the demographic of groups we cannot guarantee priority seating

For those with autism and other neuro-diverse conditions:

  • We are not a scare attraction or a horror maze. 
  • We are a highly sensory experience with dark spaces, loud noises, flashing lights, pungent smells and jump scares
  • At any point, during the tour, feel free to let a member of staff know if you or a member of your party needs to leave or take some time out

Suitability

For children and young infants:

  • We recommend the experience is suitable for children 12 years and above, but this is at the discretion of the parent or guardian
  • Children under the age of 16 years must be accompanied by an adult 18 years and above

For pregnant women:

  • Pregnant women can take part in all 19 live shows at any time during their pregnancy that they feel confident to visit
  • The Tyrant Boat ride and the Drop Dead Drop ride are not suitable for pregnant women. Members of staff will be happy to show you alternative routes

For international visitors:

  • The tours are run only in English to cater to the vast majority of international visitors
  • Many non-English speakers still enjoy the sensory nature of our tours but may not experience the attraction in the same way as those proficient in English
  • Unfortunately, audio guides are not available at this time

To see our full Accessibility guide, click here.