Accessible Seaton

  • Disabled parking is available on Seaton Esplanade
  • Alternative parking can be found on Harbour Road and Jubilee Gardens
  • Seaton Tramway’s Colyton station also has designated Blue Badge parking
  • Changing Places toilet located in Tesco, Seaton
  • Seaton Tramway station features hearing loops
  • Accessible toilets located around town

Seaton is a town where everyone is welcome – step into Seaton and discover a comforting sense of community and inclusion, whatever your age, ability or background. With a host of attractions suitable for those with additional needs, Seaton is the perfect destination for anyone looking for an accessible break in East Devon.

Everyone is welcome

Across Seaton, you’ll find accessible toilet facilities, wheelchair-friendly options and more.

For a day out exploring nature, Seaton Wetlands has several accessible hides and its managers, EDDC, are committed to making it somewhere everyone can enjoy. Staff at the Wetlands have undertaken Disability and Deaf Awareness training; the site is mostly level with several wheelchair and pushchair suitable walking routes; there are guided tours in BSL and tour guides who are on hand to help those with visual impairments to navigate the site. You will also find off road mobility scooter hire and an accessible toilet that is always open.

Alternatively, Seaton Tramway offers accessible trips on their heritage trams, with BSL tours and trams with wheelchair space.

Or why not spend a day at the beach? Seaton Beach features a track to allow wheelchair and mobility scooter users to more easily enjoy the seafront. Initially a trial, it is hoped that the Tuff Trac path will be extended to give even more access to the beach.

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