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Welcome to Tourism For All

Tourism for All UK is the  UK Voice for Accessible Tourism.  We are a national charity dedicated to making tourism welcoming to all.

A break or a holiday, or a simple day trip is important to our lives, giving us something to look forward to, time to enjoy our families, a chance for adventure, or perhaps some time to ourselves, to recover, and acquire memories of happy times. In the past, some of us have encountered barriers to our participation in tourism - disabled people, older people, carers of young people or disabled or older relatives - Tourism for All works to overcome these.

This website is about the charity, how you can help as an individual, and the advice and assistance we can offer to your business or organisation.  We operate an active network, passing on info about the best, and seeking to help change the worst - please take part in this with us by registering with the site, and/or becoming a member.

Our new website www.openbritain.net is the site where we offer comprehensive information about places to stay, visit, eat and drink, and activities and events, in the UK.  There is a link below to take you straight there if that is what you are looking for.  For overseas and other information, click on the TFA Directory in the right hand margin.

Please help us raise standards of welcome and accessibility for all!

Open Britain

A new website that provides accessible information, so that finding a holiday or trip will be easier than ever before.

TFA Business

Information & advice

Here you will find useful
information for businesses and
the services we offer them.

Training

The TFA Training courses have been developed with the help of people with disabilities and industry professionals from across Europe.

Newsletters

Keep up-to-date with recent news from Tourism For All UK.
Click here for current and past Newsletters

Premier Supporters

Just a few of our premier supporters: Click here for a full list

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