Visit Us Getting to the Heritage Centre The National Paralympic Heritage Centre Stoke Mandeville StadiumGuttmann RoadAylesburyBuckinghamshire HP21 9PP Help with your journey To help with your journey Buckinghamshire Disability Service (BuDS) offer a comprehensive list of getting to and around Buckinghamshire. You can visit their website here: https://buds.org.uk/travel-services Please note that Aylesbury is the nearest train station to the Heritage Centre with a lift. Stoke Mandeville Stadium Access Stoke Mandeville Stadium offers plenty of disable car parking bays and it is fully accessible to wheelchair users. The reception area has a hearing loop. There are fully accessible toilets. Seating is provided in the adjoining cafe area. Assistance dogs are welcome and the cafe can provide water bowls. The Heritage Centre Displays The exhibition is small - you should allow between 20 and 40 minutes to enjoy it fully. The introduction panel explains exhibition access. There is level access throughout and all of the displays are accessible to wheelchair users. There are hand-held large print guides and Braille captions for the main text and object labels. There are a small number of touch objects. Look out for the hand motif. Audio guides are provided to some of the displays and include Audio Description. Films with speech have British Sign Language (BSL) interpretation and subtitles. The Dr Guttmann exhibit has an induction loop. There are quiet visiting times monthly on Friday mornings. BSL guided tours are planned, please see events page. A virtual tour will be available from summer 2019.