Access Statement & Facilities for the Disabled
There is no direct public transport to Pili Palas. The nearest bus stop is at Four Crosses, Menai Bridge, which is about ¼ of a mile walk. There is no pavement on this road so we would consider it unsuitable for wheel chairs or families with young children.
There is ample car parking at Pili Palas with three clearly marked disabled spaces available. The car park is adjacent to the main entrance.
The approach to the main entrance is ramped making it easily accessible for wheel chairs and prams.
Coaches are welcome and there is normally enough space for them to park and turn around; however it would be advisable to phone during school holidays.
A covered waiting area, with seating, is available should there be a queue at the entrance.
Toilets, including separate disabled toilets, are available outside the pay boundary. There are further toilets within the premises. There are separate baby changing facilities just by the main entrance – no keys are needed to gain access.
The shop, café and attraction are wheel chair and pram friendly. The nature Trail is not suitable for wheelchairs or prams.
Entrance prices are displayed at the main entrance.
A quiz is given to all visitors, free of charge, at the entrance to aid navigation around the attraction. The quiz is available in both English and Welsh.
The café caters for vegetarians.
There is one wheelchair available on a free loan basis at the entrance.
Events taking place during the day are displayed near the main entrance.
Assistance Dogs are welcome but must be kept strictly under control.
On some days visitors are able to meet and touch some of the collection.
Discounts are available for school children. Teachers and professional carers that holds a carer card will be free, also wheelchair users come in free. Discounted rate for special needs. There are also discounts for groups of 10 or more. Click here for all other prices and opening times.