Things to do on your Deafblind UK holiday

Dunwich heath and beach

Whether you opt for North Wales or Norfolk, here are our favourite things to do by the coast this Spring…

North Wales

SeaQuarium Rhyl with large print information boards and state of the are touch-screen terminals providing information on the species exhibited. For accessibility please see their website or contact them by phone: 01745 344660.

Rhyl Pavilion Theatre. Check out their website to see what’s on and treat yourself to a pre-theatre meal. They can accommodate wheelchairs and have a hearing loop system. They can be contacted by phone: 01745 330000.

Jacksons Garden Centre with a great little tea room and the Potting Shed Café, which is known for its great quality food and friendly service. As well as your usual garden centre items you can also find some lovely kitchenware and furniture.

Norfolk

Sea Life Centre, Great Yarmouth with disabled access throughout. Lots of exciting sea life creatures to see.

Hop over the border to Suffolk and blow away the cobwebs at Dunwich. Check out the Heath and Beach – make sure you visit the tea room for one of their amazing scones!

If you fancy a spot of shopping, then treat yourself to a day in Norwich. You will find all of the usual high street retailers as well as lots of independent shops for something different. There is even a park and ride service.

Finally, you can’t miss Roys of Wroxham, Norfolk’s best known department store!

 

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