Please note: We have not yet been able to reopen to visitors since closing due to Covid-19 in March 2020. We will update all our accessibility information in line with Covid guidance once our plan for reopening is finalised. If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Egypt Centre is fully accessible to wheelchair users with ramps and lifts. There is a disabled toilet on the first floor.
Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs and Assistance Dogs are welcome throughout the Museum.
Disabled Parking is available on Campus for Blue Badge Holders on a first come, first served basis.
Baby Change Facilities
We have Baby Changing Facilities available in the disabled toilets on the first floor.
Blind and Partially Sighted Visitors
Some of our interpretation is available in Braille, which is available at the Reception Desk. We are currently working on making our interpretation available in large print.
Visitors with Autism
The Egypt Centre holds an Autism Friendly Award from the National Autistic Society. We have a number of Quiet Visit Lanyards and Ear Defenders for visitors to borrow. More information for visitors with autism can be found here.
Sunflower Lanyard Scheme
The Egypt Centre is part of the Sunflower Lanyard scheme. This is a national scheme, which aims to make hidden disabilities more visible. You may see some staff and volunteers with these lanyards. We also have lanyards available for the public. For more information about this scheme, click here.
To view the Egypt Centre’s Full Access Statement, click here