Erddig (NT) Wrexham

Erddig (National Trust) Nr Wrexham – Disabled Access

I recently visited Erddig (Sept 2015) and the following is my personal take on the accessibility there, I hope you find it useful.
Entry is through a cobbled courtyard however brick paths run through the cobbles

Photo showing cobbled yard and brick pathways

Photo by Neil Pedley – published by kind permission of the National Trust

– wheelchair access is clearly signed to both the House and Gardens.
Photo showing sign of level access to the house

Photo by Neil Pedley – published by kind permission of the National Trust

Photo showing sign of level access to garden

Photo by Neil Pedley – published by kind permission of the National Trust

The Gardens have gravel paths, generally level and firm.

Photo of garden paths

Photo by Neil Pedley – published by kind permission of the National Trust

photo of garden walkway

Photo by Neil Pedley – published by kind permission of the National Trust

Access to the ground floor of the house provides a view of life below stairs in the early 1900’s.
Outbuildings have uneven floors but could be accessed by wheelchairs, though with little turning room.

photo of Saw Mill

Photo by Neil Pedley – published by kind permission of the National Trust

Facilities – Disabled Parking, adapted toilet and baby changing facilities, induction loop in ticket office, restaurant and shop, wheelchairs available.
See the website www.nationaltrust.org.uk/erddig