Mobility / Wheelchair Support

The beautiful grounds at Godolphin House have a Tramper, an all terrain electric mobility scooter for hire, and also a visual story for those who would like to see the venue ahead of visiting. You have to book and check availability before visiting at this time. Email godolphin@nationaltrust.org.uk 

Godolphin estate has a wheelchair-accessible path near the River Hayle.

Vision Impairment Support

Assistance dogs are welcome throughout the property. There is a water bowl near to the exit from Piggery reception. There is a dog-waste bin next to the 5-bar gate by the accessible car park. Non-assistance dogs are welcome everywhere except the House.

Large print brochure and map are available from the site office, and to download from the Heritage Ability website.

Hearing Impairment Support

A BSL tour of Godolphin House, looking at the history, has been produced by the Heritage Ability project. The intro can be seen on YouTube, and the rest can be seen on the tablets that are available to hire at the site.

Autism support

There is a Visual Story, which will help you prepare for your visit. You can find all this information on the Heritage Ability website. https://www.countrysidemobility.org/locations/national-trust-godolphin

Learning Support

An Easy Read guide has been produced by the Heritage Ability project. It details the history and stories behind the site, in plain English, supported by images. It is available from the site office.

There is also a Visual Story, which will help you prepare for your visit. You can find all this information on the Heritage Ability website.

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