Warner Bros Studio Tour
Leavesden Aerodrome Way, Watford, WD25 7LR, United Kingdom 0845 084 0900
A super fun day out for Harry Potter fans! Warner Bros Studio Tour takes you behind-the-scenes of the Harry Potter film series, located at the Studios where it all began. Things to see include the Great Hall, Diagon Alley and new for 2017, The Forbidden Forest!
Wheelchair users give the venue great reviews, with extremely helpful staff and BSL interpreters can be booked in advance.
Check out the Website for more info.
Vicarage Road, Watford Football Club
Vicarage Road, Watford, WD18 0ER, United Kingdom 01923 223023
Fancy a footy game? Watford FC play in the Premier League and we can only say that they go the extra mile to make sure your experience is as enjoyable as possible. With additional wheelchair spaces, ambulant/easy access spaces, Soccer Sight headsets for supporters with visual impairments, a seat side food and drink ordering service, storage for wheelchairs and walking frames and escorts to your seats, Vicarage Road aims to be as accessible as possible.
There is also a new state of the art Sensory Room which enables children with autism to enjoy the match from a calm environment. The room is managed by fully trained staff who have experience in working with children on the autism spectrum.
For more info and tickets visit the Website.
Watford Colosseum, Rickmansworth Road, Watford, Hertfordshire WD17 3JN 01923 571102
Home to some of the best live music and entertainment outside London, we couldn’t miss Watford Colosseum off of the list. The Venue has been specially designed for access for all and Patrons with special access requirements are entitled to one free carer ticket (See Website for info).
Watford Colosseum has seen performances from Elton John, The Faces (including Ronnie Wood and Rod Stewart), Genesis (with drummer Phil Collins) and many more.
For more info and upcoming events, head to the Website.
We have put together a few of Watford’s best attractions with specialist facilities. If you have visited any of these yourself please feel free to comment on your experience so that others can gain more knowledge about the venue. For more disabled access reviews and to learn about other events and venues, check out www.euansguide.com
Written by April Foster