Wallingford Castle Meadows is accessible to people with reduced mobility, users of mobility vehicles and people with pushchairs and young families. It is however our policy to retain the essential landscape character of the meadows and as such it may not be suitable for all disabled users.
A handy accessibility map and guidance leaflet shows details about distance, terrain and type of surface so everyone can decide if a visit to Wallingford Castle Meadows is right for them (see downloads section of this page).
The routes shown on the accessibility map should only be used as a guide. Many of these grass pathways are uneven and will only be passable in robust vehicles and in good conditions.
The standing remains of the castle and associated bank and ditch earthworks mean that parts of the site are less accessible. The gradients are generally slight although some slopes may cause difficulties for some users.
This map can be used along with the information on the self-guided walk leaflet (see downloads section of this page). Once on site the total length of the guided walk is around 1.5km and should take on average about 30 minutes.
Follow the link for information on how to find the Wallingford Castle Meadows, parking, public transport and disabled facilities.
Last reviewed: 03 - 11 - 2014