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Stonehenge rated for accessibility

UK – A national charity in the UK which organizes holidays for people with disabilities and their carers, has been assessing visitor attractions.

The Revitalise Accessible Tourism Report, first conducted in 2014, was carried out for a second time to see if visitor attractions have actively made any positive changes in accessibility for 2019.

The report identified Stonehenge as the number one attraction in Wiltshire, UK for 2019

There are 800,000 children with disabilities under the age of 16 living in the UK according to the Disabled Living Foundation, and it is their families who help to contribute to this market.

Revitalise creates holidays for adults with disabilities and their carers, but when it comes to accessibility, every family deserves to have access to Britain’s cultural attractions.

Stonehenge an ancient prehistoric stone monument near Salisbury, Wiltshire, UK. It was built anywhere from 3000 BC to 2000 BC. Stonehenge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in England.

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