The museum has wheelchair access to all galleries and displays.
@admford: "Bletchley railway station & The National Museum of Computing are fully accessible. I've been there by manual chair and had zero access problems! I took the train from Euston up to Bletchley without any problems. And there was sidewalk all the way to Bletchley Park's main gate. I'm in a manual wheelchair and I didn't have any access problems getting to & from, and around Bletchley Park and The National Museum of Computing. Heck, even with your exhibits, I managed to move around them easily and interact with them without any problems."
Toilets for disabled people
There is a unisex disabled toilet near The National Museum of Computing shop.
The shop has a fixed hearing-aid loop and there is a portable loop available for visitors who would like to use one on a guided tour.
We've created a Visual Story (pdf) of the Museum designed to help people who might feel anxious visiting somewhere new for the first time (such as people with autism) so that they can have an idea of what to expect.
We'e also developed a Sensory Map (pdf) of the Museum to help people with sensory sensitivities who may be affected by some of the noises and light in the museum. For this years Easter Bytes Relaxed Opening (7 April 2017) there is another specific Sensory Easter Map (pdf) with chill out zones and key activities noted.