Visitor guides should be aware of castle occupancy rate and kept visitors safe at all times
DUNVEGAN CASTLE - UNIVERSAL ACCESS
McLeod Estate warmly welcomes all visitors with physical, sensory and learning
disabilities. We recognize that some areas of the McLeod Estate can present
difficulties for people with disabilities. We are continually implementing
procedures, changes and extra provision, where possible, to ensure that all our
visitors can enjoy a comfortable and enjoyable day out.
Wheelchair & Limited Mobility
Full access to Castle entrance and Gardens. Castle ground floor and gun court
accessible with assistance (6 steps), very limited access to 1st floor (12 steps), access
to 1st floor is not encouraged but is possible as it is determined by visitors support and castle occupancy rate. When a visitor is unable to access any part of the castle, an “armchair visit” can be provided by one of the visitor guides.
Visitors should be encouraged to self identify on entry. Hearing Aid induction loop available in video room. Information cards in main rooms.
Visitors should be encouraged to self identify on entry. Braille information
Infants & Small Children
Baby changing facilities available, storage for pushchairs/prams on ground floor of
castle. Prams and pushchairs unsuitable for 1st floor of Castle. Parents carrying
infants should be careful of low roof in Dungeon and Medieval Kitchen.
All children should be encouraged to explore under supervision.
Pets - Dogs
Dogs are permitted in the Gardens but must be kept on a lead at all times.
Dog owners must clean up after their dog.
A Drinking bowl can be found outside the Café in the Car Park.
Assistance dogs (and assistance dogs under training) are allowed full access to all public areas of the property.