DisabledGo offers detailed information about the access to all kinds of places - hotels, restaurants, colleges, tourist attractions, libraries, hospitals, leisure centres - the list goes on! All access information has been collected in person by DisabledGo’s team of surveyors.

For more information about DisabledGo please click here.

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Dundee Access Group

The Dundee Access Group was founded to improve access to buildings and services in Dundee for people with disabilities. They offer advice to service providers and users by providing aids in buildings (e.g. wheelchairs and chairs with arms), and by helping to pay for an induction loop.

For more information please click here. 

Angus Access Panel

The Angus Access Panel campaigns for, and advises on, improved access for disabled people to the built environment throughout Angus. They are also on hand to provide an information service for disabled people anywhere.

For more information please click here.

Changing Places

The Changing Places Consortium is a group of organisations working to support the rights of people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and/or other physical disabilities. Established in 2005, the Consortium campaigns for Changing Places to be installed in all big public spaces so people can access their community.

To find your nearest registered Changing Places toilet in the UK please click here, go to the location map and type in an address, town or postcode.

Euan's Guide

Euan's Guide features disabled access reviews from disabled people and their friends and families.  As well as tourism and entertainment venues such as hotels, restaurants, bars, theatres & visitor attractions, Euan’s Guide features disabled access reviews of any place that is visited as part of everyday life such as post offices, railway stations, supermarkets and many others.

For more information please click here

Key to Symbols

To ensure you have the opportunity to explore Dundee and Angus to its full potential, venues that have accessible facilities are clearly marked using the symbols detailed below:


Unassisted Wheelchair Access


Assisted Wheelchair Access

access for visitors with physical disabilities

Access for Visitors with Physical Disabilities

In addition to this, VisitScotland operates a national accessibility scheme.  By assessing establishments according to set criteria, they identify and promote places that meet the requirements of visitors with mobility needs.  The three categories of accessibility, drawn up in close consultation with specialist organisations are:


Category One (C1) - provides unassisted wheelchair access for visitors                


Category Two (C2) - provides wheelchair access with assistance


Category Three (C3) - offers access for those with mobility impairment