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See the East Anglian attractions listed in new tourist guide to accessible venues

PUBLISHED: 11:51 20 April 2018 | UPDATED: 12:07 20 April 2018

Holkham Hall was among the tourist attractions in Norfolk and Suffolk named in a new giude to accessible and inclusive venues. Picture: Ian Burt

Holkham Hall was among the tourist attractions in Norfolk and Suffolk named in a new giude to accessible and inclusive venues. Picture: Ian Burt

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An animal sanctuary and an art museum are among tourist attractions in East Anglia to appear in a new guide to accessible and inclusive venues.

Redwings was among the tourist attractions in Norfolk and Suffolk named in a new giude to accessible and inclusive venues. Picture: RedwingsRedwings was among the tourist attractions in Norfolk and Suffolk named in a new giude to accessible and inclusive venues. Picture: Redwings

The revamped Rough Guide to Accessible Britain features attractions which cater to people with disabilities or complex needs. To mark its 10th year the guide has extended its reviews to include information for visitors with mental health conditions.

Among the 180 attractions to feature in the 2018 guide are Redwings Horse Sanctuary near Aylsham, the Gainsborough House Museum in Sudbury, Holkham Hall and Beach, and Dunwich Heath coastal centre.

As well as details of ramps, accessible toilets and parking spaces, the guide shows if a venue offers features such as quiet mornings or different queuing arrangements.

The guide has the backing of TV presenter and naturalist Chris Packham.

The East Anglian tourist attractions listed in the new Rough Guide to Accessible Britain are:

Anglesey Abbey

An Artistic Drive through East Anglia

Broads Tours

Dunwich Heath Coastal Centre

Ely

Gainsborough House Museum

Holkham Hall and Beach

Hyde Hall gardens

IWM Duxford

Norfolk Coast Path: Wells-next-the-Sea

Redwings Horse Sanctuary

Wicken Fen Nature Reserve

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