Flambards is accessible for disabled visitors - here's a few frequently asked questions - but please don't hesitate to call us in advance. For our downloadable guide to access in the Victorian Village please click here. To see Ferdi's Guide to Accessibility please click here.
Is there disabled parking?
Yes, there is plenty of FREE parking for disabled persons close to the entrance of the park.
Can I bring a guide dog?
Guide or assistant dogs are welcome in the park but must stay on a harness at all times. They must be registered with an ADUK logo fully visible with a full laminated I.D Card. For safety reasons, dogs will not be able to accompany guests on to the rides.
Is there wheelchair access around the park? Yes, there is wheelchair access around the park. Please ask a member of staff for a Flambards disabled route guide to help you during your visit.
Can I bring my motorised scooter if I am disabled? Yes. Please note we do not provide motorised scooters for hire.
Is there a reduced price for disabled persons and a carer?
Yes there is a reduced price for a disabled person and a carer. Please see our standard ticket prices for more information.
Can I hire a wheel chair from Flambards?
We have a limited number of wheelchairs that are FREE to Flambards disabled guests to borrow during their visit. We highly recommend you reserve a wheelchair before your visit on 01326 573404.
How do I prove I am disabled?
Flambards admission staff have the right to ask you to show a valid disabled identification card. You can bring any of the following:
• Disability Living Allowance Record Book
• Invalidity Benefit Book
• Visual Impairment Reg. Card (BD8)
• Blue/Orange Mobility Pass for named person
• Letter from a medical practitioner on their or hospital letterhead (not a photocopy)
• Disabled person’s Rail card/ Bus Pass
As a member of the British Association of Leisure Parks, Piers and Attractions (BALPPA) we welcome visits by disabled people and will do all that is possible to ensure a safe and pleasurable stay. However, certain rides and attractions in our parks can be physically demanding and vigorous. We, therefore, reserve the right to refuse admission to certain rides should we feel there is a danger to a particular individual or individuals for whatever reason. We have been advised by the Health & Safety Executive that refusal on the grounds of health & safety does not constitute discrimination. We hope that you understand and accept the decisions made in the interests of your safety.