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Drayton Manor Resort

Drayton Manor Resort

Intro: Drayton Manor in Birmingham is a sprawling theme park offering thrilling rides, captivating attractions, and engaging entertainment for visitors of all ages. With its diverse array of experiences, from adrenaline-pumping roller coasters to family-friendly shows, Drayton Manor promises an unforgettable day out.

Accessibility features: Wheelchairs can be hired from the wheelchair hire station at the main entrance. This is on a first-come, first-serve basis. A £10 cash deposit is required for renting mobility aids and an additional £10 hire fee for the wheelchair itself (£25 for scooters). Disabled toilets are available at every toilet block and whilst service dogs are allowed into Drayton Manor, they must be on a harness/lead and are not permitted in ride queues or the zoo.

Drayton Manor is partnered with the Nimbus disability access card scheme. In order to have full accommodations such as queue hopping, you will now need to apply online through Nimbus Disability. Make sure you apply for this at least 7 days before your visit. There is also a medical centre located next to the 4D cinema.


Cadbury World

Cadbury World

Intro: Cadbury World is a chocolate lover's paradise, immersing visitors in the fascinating history and delectable delights of the iconic Cadbury brand. Explore interactive exhibits, indulge in delicious tastings, and uncover the secrets behind the creation of some of the world's most beloved chocolates at this unforgettable attraction.

Accessibility features: Cadbury World can accommodate one wheelchair user (or guest who uses a mobility scooter) per 10 minute timeslot, therefore it is best to reserve your slot in advance. To reserve your wheelchair timeslot, you must first book a full price ticket and then purchase a free wheelchair ticket for the same timeslot separately.


Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Intro: This cultural treasure trove houses an extensive collection of art, artefacts, and historical exhibits. From ancient artefacts to contemporary masterpieces, visitors can explore diverse galleries showcasing the artistic achievements of Birmingham and beyond.

Accessibility features: All floors are accessible by lift, located at the Gas Hall entrance (Edmund Street). The accessible toilet can also be found here, in the back of the Gas Hall. It is important to note that the door leading to the accessible toilet is 80cm wide whilst the toilet door is 91cm wide. Check your wheelchair dimensions to make sure your wheelchair fits through this first door. This spacing issue is due to the nearby stairs. Renovation plans are supposed to take place in the summer of 2024, to remove this issue.

Seating areas are located around the gallery. Should you require seating and none is available, please ask a staff member.


National SEA LIFE Centre Birmingham

National SEA LIFE Centre Birmingham

Intro: Visitors are invited to dive into an underwater adventure with mesmerising marine life from around the globe. SEA LIFE Birmingham offers interactive exhibits, educational presentations, and immersive experiences, creating a captivating journey through the wonders of the ocean perfect for all ages.

Accessibility features: SEA LIFE provides disabled access throughout the attraction and its exhibits. There are also disabled toilets available to guests. However, for health and safety reasons, SEA LIFE is only able to accommodate 10 wheelchairs in the attraction at any time.


Bullring & Grand Central

Bullring & Grand Central

Intro: Bullring & Grand Central form a vibrant shopping and entertainment complex in Birmingham. With its world-famous architecture, diverse retail offerings, and bustling atmosphere, it's a premier destination for shopping, dining, and experiencing the pulse of urban life in Birmingham.

Accessibility features: There is lift access to all floors of this shopping complex. Bullring has accessible toilets however, a Radar key is needed to open the facilities and these must be requested from a security officer. Wheelchairs and other mobility aids can be hired, free of charge, via ShopMobility.


The Birmingham Botanical Gardens

The Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Intro: This attraction is a tranquil oasis in the heart of the city, featuring an exquisite collection of plants from around the world spread across 15 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds. Visitors can wander through themed gardens, enjoy seasonal blooms, and relax in the serenity of this green haven, making it a delightful escape from the urban bustle.

Accessibility features: You will find the main entrance through the car park and this is accessible via ramp. Disabled toilets are available and wheelchairs/scooters can be hired for a small refundable deposit. It is important to note that scooters are not permitted in the Pavillion Tearoom, on the lawned areas, or in the toilets and these must be parked outside. Some pathways are not accessible by wheelchair/scooter but free maps are available which will show you the best routes to take.


Pen Museum

Pen Museum

Intro: The Pen Museum in Birmingham celebrates the city's pivotal role in the development of the pen industry — the world center for steel pen and steel nib manufacturing. This museum showcases a fascinating collection of pens, nibs, and writing paraphernalia. Visitors can delve into the history of writing instruments, witness demonstrations of traditional pen-making techniques, and gain a deeper appreciation for the artistry and innovation behind this essential tool.

Accessibility features: The accessible entrance to the museum is through a side gate, to avoid the one step in front of the main entrance. There is ramped access to rooms and all rooms are located on the ground floor making it wheelchair accessible. Disabled parking and an accessible toilet are also available.


Coffin Works

Coffin Works

Intro: This educational yet morbid museum offers a unique glimpse into the city's industrial past, focusing on the production of coffin fittings and accessories. Visitors can explore the preserved workshop and learn about the craftsmanship behind these intriguing historical artefacts.

Accessibility features: Coffin Works is a grade II listed building however, there is a lift that allows for access to all levels of the building. The wheelchair entrance to the building is through the double gates which lead into the courtyard. Ring the buzzer for ‘Coffin Works’ Office’ when you arrive and a member of staff will be available to guide you through. After this, there will be a ramp that provides access to the shop and the lifts.


ThinkTank Birmingham Science Museum

ThinkTank Birmingham Science Museum

Intro: This interactive wonderland allows visitors to immerse themselves in the fascinating world of science and technology. From hands-on exhibits to captivating demonstrations, ThinkTank Science Museum offers an engaging and educational experience for visitors of all ages, making it a must-visit destination for anyone travelling to Birmingham.

Accessibility features: With central lifts to all floors of the museum and smooth plastic-coated non-slip floors, ThinkTank is accessible to wheelchair users and guests with mobility aids. Wheelchairs are bookable for your visit but this must be done in advance by calling 0121 348 8000. They can then be collected upon your arrival at the ticket desk. You will find accessible toilets on all levels and the planetarium has space for six wheelchair users at one time. Please note that in some places, the floors may be carpet tiles. For further assistance, please check the website


Aston Hall

Aston Hall

Intro: Aston Hall is a magnificent Jacobean mansion, allowing visitors a glimpse into the opulent lifestyle of the past. With its grand architecture, beautifully preserved interiors, and sprawling gardens, Aston Hall provides a captivating experience for those interested in exploring England's history.

Accessibility features: Unfortunately, due to the age and design of the building, Aston Hall is not fully accessible to guests with wheelchairs and mobility aids. According to the accessibility team at Aston Hall, the ground floor can be accessed by all guests and this includes the Great Hall, Great Parlour, Colonnade Room, Johnson Room, Small Dining Room, Servants Hall, and the Kitchen. There is also level access to the grounds, the Stables Range, and the Stable Yard café and shop. However, all other floors are inaccessible due to the presence of stairs.
Wheelchair guests are advised to enter via the side entrance as there are three steps leading to the main entrance. There are accessible toilets on the ground level.


Birmingham Cathedral

Birmingham Cathedral

Intro: Birmingham Cathedral, also known as St. Philip's Cathedral, stands as a majestic symbol of faith and history. With its stunning architecture, the cathedral offers visitors a peaceful retreat where they can admire beautiful stained glass windows and intricate designs.

Accessibility features: The nave has step-free access and a ramp provides access into the chancel. Speak to the Verger team should this ramp not be in place whilst you visit and they will arrange for a ramp to be placed.
It is important to note that there is no step-free access into the galleries but also that there is no general access to these normally. One accessible toilet can be found on the ground level during services but it is important to during general visiting hours, no toilets are available.
For further assistance, speak to a member of the team during your visit or please refer the website


Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

Intro: Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park is a haven for nature enthusiasts. It showcases a collection of endangered species in carefully recreated habitats, allowing visitors to embark on a journey of discovery, learning about conservation efforts while observing fascinating animals up close in this urban oasis of biodiversity.

Accessibility features: There is permanent ramped access via the main entrance with the main door opening towards you as you enter. Both tarmac and gravel pathways are featured throughout the park, which may affect your mobility. The majority of locations are accessible to wheelchair users via ramp and disabled toilets are available.
For more information, call the Wildlife Conservation Park directly or visit the AccessAble site for more details including photos of entryways and paths


Who can benefit?

From our wheelchair hire service.

At LendoCare, we're dedicated to addressing the lack of quality services catering to diverse mobility needs in Birmingham. Whether you're an elderly individual facing mobility hurdles, a tourist eager to explore Birmingham's attractions, or someone temporarily immobilized due to injury or surgery, our wheelchair hire service is here to assist you. Offering the most competitive rates in Birmingham, coupled with exceptional service from our team, we ensure a seamless experience throughout your rental period.

Elderly Individuals

Understanding the unique mobility challenges faced by older individuals, LendoCare provides top-notch wheelchair services aimed at enhancing mobility and independence. Our high-quality, user-friendly wheelchairs are conveniently delivered to your doorstep, ensuring easy access and comfort.

Temporary Mobility Needs

In times of temporary mobility constraints, such as post-injury recovery or rehabilitation, LendoCare offers lightweight folding wheelchairs and other mobility aids for rent on a temporary basis across Birmingham. Our flexible rental options, coupled with door-to-door delivery service, facilitate a smoother recovery journey, right in the comfort of your home.

Tourists and Visitors to Birmingham

Experience Birmingham to the fullest with LendoCare's wheelchair hire services tailored for tourists. Our lightweight wheelchairs are swiftly delivered to your hotel and collected upon your departure, allowing you to explore the city's wonders hassle-free. With delivery available to all hotels across Greater Birmingham, Central Birmingham, and the City of Birmingham, simply book online, and we'll take care of the rest.

For some great wheelchair accessible tourism hotspots check out our guides below.

At LendoCare, our mission is to alleviate mobility challenges, enabling you to focus on enjoying the sights and sounds of Birmingham. Whether it's for a memorable trip or everyday convenience, rely on us as your trusted partner in experiencing the city comfortably on wheels.

Book online or contact us if you have any questions. Please call us or email if there's anything else we can help you with.

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Your Birmingham guide

Birmingham stands as a vibrant tapestry of history and culture, beckoning visitors with its blend of industrial heritage and contemporary allure. As the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, the city's historic significance permeates its streets, where the echoes of innovation still resonate. Victorian-era buildings remain amidst the newer sleek skyscrapers, offering a compelling narrative of resilience and reinvention. Cultural diversity infuses every aspect of the city, from its bustling markets to its culinary scene, reflecting the global influences that have shaped its identity. Beyond its industrial legacy, Birmingham boasts a wealth of world-class museums and galleries, preserving its heritage and inviting exploration into its past. Whether you are walking along historic canals or immersing yourself in the vibrant arts scene, Birmingham exudes a distinct charm that captivates travellers, ensuring an unforgettable experience for all who visit.

With so many things to see and eat in Birmingham, here are three top recommendations to start you planning your trip:

  1. The Balti Curry - Birmingham is credited with being the culinary birthplace of the Balti curry, a popular dish in British cuisine. It was created by chefs in the 1970s and is still extremely popular.
  2. The Canal Network - Birmingham has more miles of canal than Venice. The city's extensive canal network played a crucial role during the Industrial Revolution and is now a picturesque feature of the city, perfect for leisurely walks or boat trips.
  3. The Bullring - The Bullring is one of the largest shopping centres in the UK and is a major retail destination. Its iconic Selfridges building has won numerous architectural awards for its unique design.

Birmingham transport


Birmingham has three main train stations located within the city centre: Birmingham New Street, Birmingham Moor Street, and Birmingham Snow Hill. At Birmingham Airport, you can find another train station; Birmingham International.

Birmingham New Street Station provides passengers with a link to Birmingham Euston, Manchester Piccadilly, and Liverpool Lime Street. There are numerous step-free entrances to the station, and many platforms also feature step-free access. Platforms in the station can be reached via lifts. It is recommended that you seek assistance from a member of staff during your first visit. The station offers passenger assistance services, including guidance on your journey, assistance boarding the train incl. locating a seat, and carrying up to three pieces of luggage for you. Further details can be found in the accessibility PDF from the provider

Birmingham Moor Street, located next to the Bullring, provides travellers with links to Birmingham Marylebone. This station offers a passenger assistance service which can provide advice about access to the train station and assistance during train changes and arrival at the station. Assistance can be requested up to 2 hours ahead of your journey time through the Passenger Assistance website. You can also call 03456 005 165 to book over the phone. It is advised that you arrive at the station 20 minutes before your train is scheduled to arrive. The interactive map on the website allows you to find step-free access spots as well as disabled toilets Assisted Travel Information.

Birmingham Snow Hill connects passengers from Birmingham to Birmingham Marylebone. Assisted travel can be booked by visiting the website Passenger Assistance All trains are equipped to facilitate disabled passengers during travel. This includes seat-back handholds, priority seating, accessible toilets, button-controlled doors, and wheelchair spaces with call-for-help points. You will also find ramps onboard all of the trains to create step-free access. For more details, see the train accessibility guide on the website
You can also use the West Midland Railway website to check whether other stations along your journey are step-free and accessible. Use the link below.

Birmingham International Station is located next to Birmingham Airport, making it easy to find for those arriving by plane. This train service will bring you to the city centre in around 10 minutes and has step-free access to all platforms as well as a passenger assistance meeting point. You should pre-book your passenger assistance ticket before you arrive, though turn-up-and-go is also available.

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Wheelchair We Offer

Why choose LendoCare?

Hire a wheelchair in Birmingham - Mobility wherever you need it.

LendoCare leads the industry in mobility equipment hire in Birmingham, offering flexible options to suit every need. Whether you require short-term or long-term hire, our no minimum policy ensures accessibility for all. Our streamlined online booking process, coupled with exceptional customer service, makes renting from us a breeze.

Renting a wheelchair in Birmingham costs just £20 per week, with an additional £29.99 next-day delivery fee (various delivery options available), covering both delivery and collection. Our service extends beyond Birmingham, offering nationwide delivery to homes, hotels, or any preferred address. Wherever you are in the UK, we'll bring your wheelchair to you.

We offer lightweight, foldable manual wheelchairs meticulously maintained for optimum comfort and usability. We prioritize customer satisfaction, providing the finest wheelchair rental experience. Additionally, we offer a range of wheelchair accessories, including leg raiser attachments and pillows, to enhance your comfort and convenience.
Experience hassle-free mobility equipment hire with LendoCare - your trusted partner for premium-quality rentals across Birmingham and beyond.

Convenient and Flexible Rental Options

Discover unparalleled convenience with LendoCare's wheelchair rental services in Birmingham, meticulously crafted to offer flexibility and adaptability tailored to your preferences. Our seamless and next day delivery services empower you to choose your preferred delivery date online – our wheelchairs are accessible for booking 24/7. With our intuitive online booking system, securing your wheelchair rental is a breeze; simply reserve in advance, and your wheelchair will be ready for immediate use upon your arrival.

Our user-friendly booking process allows you to input your delivery postcode, select your desired rental start date, and specify your preferred hire duration. Transparent pricing and delivery options are presented upfront, ensuring a hassle-free experience. For added convenience, if you're uncertain about your rental period, simply leave the end date blank and when you're ready to conclude your rental you can do so through your online account.

At LendoCare, we prioritize affordability without compromising on quality. Our cost-effective rental solutions provide access to top-notch wheelchairs at unbeatable prices, enabling you to attain mobility and independence within budget. Rest assured, our dedicated team is here to cater to any additional requirements or inquiries you may have, ensuring a seamless rental experience from start to finish.