Blind or partially-sighted access: Clarence House

Blind and partailly-sighted symbol


There are three steps at the entrance to Clarence House. The remainder of the visitor route has level access.


There are gravel paths at the entrance and the temporary structure in the garden has decking flooring.

The inside of the building is fully carpeted. As Clarence House is an historic building, the floors may be uneven and visitors should take care.

Visual aids

The Visitor Information leaflet is available in large print.

Verbal description tours

Introductory and themed verbal description tours are available. Tours last 90 minutes and must be pre-booked. Please contact the Learning Bookings team (+44) (0)303 123  7323, for further details.

Assistance dogs

Assistance dogs are welcome and water is available on request.


The shop is located at the end of the visit. There is a slight ramp at the entrance and the flooring is carpet.


There are no lavatories at Clarence House. The nearest accessible lavatories are in St James's Park, opposite the entrance to Clarence House. From March 2015 there will be a 20p charge to use the public lavatories, however the accessible lavatory and baby care facilities remain free of charge and can be accessed using a radar key provided by the attendant.

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