What are the most accessible World Heritage Sites to visit in the UK?

The UK is home to a number of UNESCO World Heritage sites, but how many of these are accessible to those with mobility problems.

Out of 31 designated sites, this infographic lists 10 of the most accessible world heritage sites that can be visited in the UK. It also highlights the features that make these attractions so accessible so visitors who struggle to walk can plan their trip beforehand.

The accessible attractions include Blenheim Palace, Canterbury Cathedral, City of Bath & Roman Baths, Stonehenge, Palace of Westminster and Westminster Abbey, Fountains Abbey, The English Lake District, Tower of London, Old and New Towns of Edinburgh, Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal.

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