Accessibility at the Roundhouse
This page covers the accessibility of the Roundhouse building and courtyard as well as frequently asked questions around accessibility.
Visitors in wheelchairs and with mobility difficulties
Roundhouse Birmingham is accessible to wheelchair users. Please be aware that Roundhouse Birmingham is built on a slope and is laid to cobbles. It is therefore uneven underfoot. However, there is a clear route designed to be accessible for wheelchair users, pushchairs and visitors with restricted mobility.
Step-free access into the building is through the main Visitor Centre entrance.
If you’re visiting tenants based on the first floor, there is an accessible lift to the left of the Visitor Centre.
There is an accessible toilet available in the main public toilets next to the Visitor Centre. If you are visiting one of our tenant spaces, there are a number of accessible toilets in these spaces too.
Guide dogs and hearing dogs are very welcome. You can keep them with you in all spaces at the Roundhouse, and they’re also welcome on all our tours. Please do get in touch with us in advance of your visit so we can discuss your individual requirements and ensure you have the best tour experience possible.
The Roundhouse is equipped with an induction hearing loop in the Visitor Centre. You will need to switch your hearing aid to the T position to make use of this system. We can also make sure that your tour guide has a portable microphone.
Please get in touch with us in advance of your visit so we can discuss your individual requirements and ensure you have the best tour experience possible.