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Disabled Friendly Hidden Gems to visit in London

Updated: Jan 2

Your Ultimate Guide to exploring off-the-beaten track disabled friendly locations scattered around London.

Whether you're looking to escape the mass tourists in the city or discover hidden gems perfect for your next lunch-break, this guide will lead you to some of London's best-kept secrets, ensuring a memorable experience for all!

Here are some of our favourite hidden gems in London which are disabled friendly, however we do recommend doing your own research to ensure they are suitable for you.

So grab your explorer hat, and let's get ready to explore the hidden gems that await you in the captivating city of London!

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1) Kyoto Garden

Inspired by the tranquil beauty of traditional Japanese gardens, Kyoto Garden is a peaceful oasis in the heart of the park, offering a quiet retreat from the world outside. As the most frequented location in the park, it captivates visitors with its serene ambiance and careful design.

We highly recommend visiting this park if you're in London and looking for a peaceful and place to relax!

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2) Barbican Conservatory

The Barbican Conservatory is a somewhat strange and wonderful hidden gem! Seeing the plants hanging and emerging from the architecture creates a post apocalyptic atmosphere with nature reclaiming the environment.

It's worth noting that the conservatory is only open on selected days/dates, with Sundays being the typical day open. It is free to visit but tickets need to be booked online in advance.

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3) Chiswick House and Gardens

Chiswick House is a classic designed house with acres of beautiful gardens, trails and a working kitchen garden. You'll definitely have a wonderful day out exploring this place, have a picnic or check out the cafe with seasonal produce from the kitchen garden.

For all you dog lovers; it also hosts the largest dog show in September too as well as markets throughout the year. If you are in the area, it’s certainly worth a visit!

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4) Ravenscourt Park

Ravenscourt Park is a relaxing local park; offering visitors a playing field, a playground, as well as beautiful vegetation. There is also a small lake and a variety of birds flying around.

In our opinion, it's always good to visit the Ravenscourt Park to get a sense of nature, walking around the park or sitting on the bench and enjoying the fresh air!

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5) Camley Street Natural Park

Camley Street Natural Park is a beautiful peaceful oasis at the back of Kings Cross Station. This place is such a lovely hidden spot in the heart of hustle and bustle, and it's great for a walk if you want some quiet time avoiding the bikes by the canal.

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6) Little Venice

Little Venice is the perfect launching point for a stroll along Regent’s Canal. It’s the ideal lazy Sunday afternoon social activity with a steady stream of families, friends and couples sharing the journey.

You can easily spend a few hours taking in the sights, photographing the ducks and ducklings, watching the barges and boats go by as well as taking a pause or two to enjoy the sun and ample greenery.

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We hoped you enjoyed discovering the local finds and less known disabled friendly hidden gems which are scattered around London. We are confident that visiting some of these hidden gems will make your London trip even more memorable!

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