The Military Intelligence Museum aims to 'share the secret' with all. When you make a booking, please let us know if you have any access requirements. Our team will be happy to discuss what we can do to make sure you have the best possible visiting experience.
The museum is located on a secure military site. You will be you will be met on arrival at the camp gate and guided to the museum.
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Whilst there is no designated disabled parking, there is plenty of parking available close to the museum building with space around your vehicle.
There are two steps up to the museum entrance. There is also a wheelchair ramp on the side of the building. This is not suitable for large powered wheelchairs.
The museum is arranged over a single floor so there are no internal stairs to negotiate.
We have male and female toilets. However, we do not have a designated disabled toilet with enough space for use with assistance.
There is seating provided in every gallery and fold out stools can be provided for visitors to use.
Guide dogs are welcome. Please do let us know if you are bringing a guide dog and we can provide water for them. There is a designated spending area.
Upon request, we are happy to arrange free private tours of the museum so that you may have the galleries to yourself. You are more than welcome at any point during your visit to use any gallery space as a quiet space. Chairs will be available and interactives switched off.
Hearing Induction Loop
The museum has a portable hearing induction loop system. Please let staff know if you would like to use it at any point during your visit.
We have put together a visual guide to help you prepare for your visit.
Click here to download visual guide.