Crawley Museum Accessibility
All public areas of the museum (and most staff areas) are accessible to wheelchair users and those with limited mobility. The building has an entrance ramp with a handrail, a lift to the first floor and an accessible toilet. Seats are available in some rooms. The museum has very limited onsite parking facilities. If you would like to discuss whether a parking space can be available on the day of your visit please contact us. Guide and assistance dogs are welcomed. Large print handouts of all captions are available.
All our public areas are accessible to visitors with pushchairs. There is a lift to the first floor. Subject to space, pushchairs can be parked in the downstairs lobby area. With have three individual toilets, one of which has baby changing facilities. There is a small indoor refreshments area where you can eat your own snacks, as well as a small outdoor space. There are refreshment machines available. The museum includes hands on activities. The museum shop carries a range of reasonably priced souvenir items for children.
Ifield Watermill Accessibility
We plan to make the Watermill more accessible to visitors with limited mobility by installing stair lifts. At present only the ground floor is fully accessible, with steps to the other floors, although the 1st floor can be accessed via an outside ramp. The toilet is also accessible. If you would like further advice please contact us
The Watermill has internal stairs which are not suitable for pushchairs. Pushchairs can be left on the ground floor. The Watermill has one fully accessible toilet, the entrance to which is outside the building. It does not include baby changing facilities. There is an outside area when you can eat your own snacks. The Watermill has a small selection of souvenir items for sale.