Accessibility Information for Sussex by the Sea
Accessible Sussex by the Sea
Here you'll find information about accessibility in Sussex by the Sea and some useful links for further information. Whether you are looking to book a holiday, visit for the day, go shopping or enjoy the fresh sea and country air we hope that this information will help you make a suitable choice.
Bognor Regis and Littlehampton are both situated on the coastal plain between the South Downs and the English Channel, so benefit from flat, level terrain. Both town centres have thriving traffic free shopping areas with level access to most shops. There are thriving Shopmobility schemes in both towns.
View the Visitor Guide
You can view, download or request your own copy of the Sussex by the Sea Visitor Guide for Arundel, Bognor Regis, Littlehampton and surrounding areas. When reading the guide online you can resize the viewing screen to your requirements. If you require a large-print or braille version of the guide please email with your postal address
We also partner with Disabled Go, an organisation who collect information on all sorts of venues around the country. Please see details of locations in the Arun District (Sussex by the Sea) which have been assessed by Disabled Go
Accessible Visitor Information Points
Arundel Museum and Visitor Information Point is located in a new building opposite the Castle and next to the largest Car Park in town. There is a ramp into the (ground floor) building and volunteers are on hand to guide and assist if required.
The Bognor Regis Observer and Visitor Information Point has very good access with ramps and handrails. Visitor information leaflets are available for personal collection and free tourism website access is provided. The local newspaper, The Bognor Regis Observer, also has an office in this building and there is a hearing loop installed.
The Littlehampton Visitor Information Centre is located in the Look & Sea Visitor Centre on the east bank of the River Arun. Access is easy with ramps for wheelchairs and 90% of the attraction (except the top of the tower) is accessible, with a lift to all three floors. There is a hearing loop installed and all floors are well lit with large windows.
Accessible attractions and accommodation
When you search for things to do and where to stay in the Arundel, Bognor Regis and Littlehampton areas you’ll see whether a business has accessible facilities when you click on its facilities tab. You can then use the contact details provided to find out more.
If accessibility is a special requirement for your holiday, you can also select this option when using 'Customise Your Visit' to generate a list of attractions, accommodation, venues and other tourism providers that have accessible facilities..
Find more inspiration about visiting England if you have access needs and see some useful links to organisations that may be able to help further.
More information on the accessibility of this website is also available.