The Disabled Go website provides a great resource on accessible venues in Belfast including hotels, visitor attractions, shops, restaurants and bars.
Visit Belfast Welcome Centre
The Visit Belfast Welcome Centre is the official tourist information centre for Belfast and Northern Ireland. If you have a query about your visit, contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning +44(0)28 9024 6609. You can also contact us on Twitter and Facebook.
Bus and Trains
Translink is the main provider of public transport in Northern Ireland. Download their Translink Access Guide for information on how to use their services if you have a disability or find using transport difficult.
Many taxi providers, such as Value Cabs, can provide wheelchair-friendly accessible vehicles when requested.
Both George Best Belfast City Airport and Belfast International Airport can provide assistance to visitors if required. This includes help with checking in, going though security, boarding the aircraft and collecting your baggage.
Mobility Scooter and Wheelchair Hire
Belfast has plenty of accessible sights and wheelchair-friendly attractions to discover. Find out where to hire a wheelchair or mobility scooter in Belfast, and start exploring.
Shop Mobility Belfast provides hire of a range of wheelchairs and mobility scooters in Belfast. Visit www.shopmobilityni.org for more information.
Make sure to get in touch with the venue in advance to book a wheelchair on your preferred date. You can find more attractions and visitor experiences offering wheelchair hire on the Disabled Go website.
Disabled Car Parking
There are a large number of accessible on-street disabled car parking spaces available throughout Belfast City Centre for Blue Badge holders.
A number of car parks also have disabled car parking spaces including Belfast City Council managed car parks, CastleCourt Shopping Centre, Victoria Square Shopping Centre, Titanic Belfast and SSE Arena Belfast.
Belfast City Council manages public toilets in Belfast. You can view a list and map of disabled toilets at www.belfastcity.gov.uk/publictoilets.
Information about Belfast visitor attractions, hotels, restaurants, bars, shops and public buildings which provide accessible toilets can be accessed on the Disabled Go website.
CastleCourt Shopping Centre also features a Changing Places facility with fully accessible toilet facilities for people with profound disabilities. The facility is wheelchair accessible and offers a height-adjustable adult-sized changing bench, a ceiling track hoist, and plenty of space for carers.