Euan’s Guide share their Top 5 accessible tourist attractions to visit in Manchester. You can send your disabled access reviews of these places and more to

Castlefield Gallery

Art-lover on a tight budget? This intriguing art space features exhibitions by trending artists while hosting regular talks and events – did we mention it’s completely free? Contemplate art on all levels with a wheelchair accessible lift to each floor of the gallery. More info.

People's History Museum

Get your hands on this museum of democracy where you can join the march through time using tactile maps to guide you. Pretty soon you’ll discover there are even more tactile drawings of scenes from around the museum to demonstrate the powerful motto that ‘there have always been ideas worth fighting for’. More info.

Whitworth Art Gallery

Do you like wallpaper? It’s not such a random question, as this gallery is home to one of the most important collections of wallpaper in the country. Take it all in on one of their regular BSL signed tours, or simply disappear for some quiet contemplation inside this fascinatingly eclectic collection of art. More info.

IWM North

With the power to evoke confusion, step foot inside this striking museum and iconic building inspired by the idea of a conflict-shattered world. Here you’ll be invited to listen and feel, with an audio-described tour and object handling session to learn the stories of people whose lives have been transformed by war. More info.

Victoria Baths

With a historic fabric of tiles, woodwork, wrought iron and many more surfaces, you can really feel the history of this heritage visitor attraction. Don't worry, you won't be going swimming – but there is ramped access to the main entrance and full-viewing of the main spaces on the ground floor. More info.