PLEASE NOTE: the museum galleries are only accessible by stairs. The lift from the pavement level takes you to the Basement and Café but these are temporarily closed.
Abingdon County Hall Museum recognises the physical access difficulties inherent in the 17th century County Hall building which has over 100 steps from ground level to the roof terrace. Until all floors of the Museum can be made more accessible the following facilities are available:
- Wheelchair lift accessible from pavement level is situated between the County Hall Museum and Punchbowl Pub.
- This lift serves allows visitors access to the Basement level only.
In the Basement there is access to:
- Toilets, accessible toilet and baby changing facilities
- Kempster Room – the venue for schools’ workshops and family activity sessions
- Display of the 1907 Crossley engines and water pump
- On-line access to a selection of items from the museum collections through the eHive catalogue. To access this catalogue now Click here
This website aims to comply with all appropriate DDA recommendations.
For more information please see our Accessibility Guide.