Ludlow Castle is a Medieval outdoor ruin and there will be some areas of the Castle that are inaccessible to wheelchairs, pushchairs or for people with mobility issues.
The surface areas are cobbles, grass and chippings.
The ground in the inner bailey is of varying levels and can be difficult to navigate.
The majority of rooms and towers have steps for access.
Easier access is available to the Judges Lodgings where there are magnificent fireplaces which are repeated in other adjacent rooms. Interpretation boards are accessible.
The ground floor of the shop is accessible to wheelchair users, but the first floor exhibition of the Heraldic Roll is not accessible.
When exiting the castle, use the main gates (the exit from the shop has 3 steps).
The café is accessible to wheelchair users as is the outside terrace.
Disabled toilets can be found in the Shop and Cafe.
There is a 3D model of the castle just inside the glass doors on the right as you enter the castle gates which can be used by those with visual impairments to understand the layout of the castle. It has braille and Moon system labels.