Accessibility

Committed to access for all

Committed to access for all

Free carer tickets

We welcome all visitors to Hillsborough Castle and Gardens, and aim to make your experience fun and inspiring so you will want to return again and again.

Disabled visitors are entitled to bring an accompanying adult/carer free of charge.

Please note that carer tickets can only be obtained on the day of your visit showing proof of registered disability.

Guide Dogs

All recognised guide, assistance or service dogs - including assistance dogs in training - are welcome at Hillsborough Castle and Gardens, and are permitted to accompany their owners on castle tours.

Please make sure dogs are wearing their designated jacket or lead slip and remember to bring their Assistance Dog's (UK) identification book with you.

Visitors with limited mobility

Castle tours

The guided tour of the State Rooms is all on the ground floor and is accessible to all.

Find out more and book a castle tour here.

The gardens

Please be advised, due to the natural terrain of the gardens, some of the paths are unsuitable for wheelchair users and those with restricted mobility.

Find out more about the gardens here.

Wheelchairs and mobility aids

We have a number of wheelchairs available to borrow for the duration of your visit. Please contact us on +44 (0)28 9268 1376 to book in advance.

Disabled parking

Blue Badge holders can park on site. This can be arranged in advance by calling us on +44 (0)28 9268 1313.

Mobility Scooters

Unfortunately, due to the conservation risk posed to flooring, mobility scooters are not permitted inside the castle.