Accessibility at Canterbury Roman Museum

Access to Roman level is via a lift, then level access throughout. The museum is fully accessible for people with disabilities and we offer a range of activities including tactile tours and multi-sensory object investigation sessions for blind and partially sighted people.

  • A mosaic replica outside the Roman Museum entrance stating 'Welcome Roman Museum'

Entry prices

We extend our concessionary rate to guests with a disability.


Free entry is offered to carers.

Nearest Disabled Parking

Orange Street,CT1 2JB

Watling Street, CT1 2UD

North Lane, CT2 7EB

Pound Lane, CT1 2BZ

Visual Story

We have a visual story for visitors to use before and during their visit to the museum. The visual story guides you through what to expect at the museum, it includes both text and images. The visual story provides information about access, our touchable objects etc.

Download the Canterbury Roman Museum Visual Story

You can also pick up a copy of the visual story from the front desk at the museum and return it when you are finished.


Explore the museum with a backpack designed especially for families and visitors with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).

These backpacks have been made with care to support people who need some sensory support or different ways of exploring the museum. Inside each backpack there are fidget toys, sensory aids and things to help plan your visit.

Available to pick up from the museum Front Desk. Just ask staff for a SEND Family Backpack.

Visit our What’s On page to find out about the range of activities available.

Canterbury Roman Museum mosaic floor

Immerse yourself in over 2,000 years of history