A sensational journey for all
We aim to make your visit to The Scotch Whisky Experience as accessible and enjoyable as we can. We are always looking at ways in which we can enhance our visitor experience for all. If you have any ideas on improvements that we can make, then please do let us know.
Download our access guide for full information on the accessibility of your visit within our building and on our tour. The Access Guide covers everything from arrival, lift access, WC facilities, language devices, our tour, shop, restaurant and our event space facilities. There is also information for hard of hearing customers and visually impaired visitors. We welcome both guide dogs and hearing dogs - water bowls are available from our box office reception. We hope you find everything you need to prepare you for a visit to us.
After your visit, please do review us on Euan’s Guide.
We have recently been reviewed by a visitor on Disabled Access Review site 'Euan's Guide'. Read the review here. We're also delighted to have received a review on the website Silver Travel Advisor, on the blog 'Simply Emma' , The Bimblers and have had an article published on The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain. We'd love to receive more reviews on our accessibility, so please do upload your reviews to sites such as the above.
And if you would like to read our own blog piece on accessibility, please see here.
If you have any comments or feedback on our accessibility, please do contact us here.
The Scotch Whisky Experience is a winner of the Scottish Tourist Board Thistle Awards in the "Tourism For All" category. This recognised our excellent practice in facilities for disabled and younger visitors.
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