What is or was your access need?
- Wheelchair User
- Electric Mobility Scooter
- Mobility Impairment - I use walking sticks or crutches
- Hearing Impairment
- Visual Impairment
- Learning Difficulty
Is there car parking near to the establishment?
Is there an accessible public transport route that stops near to the establishment?
Is there an accessible path between where you parked/left public transport, and the entrance?
Is there a level, or ramped, entrance to the building?
Was it easy to get into the building (how easy was it to use the door handles, how easy was it to open the door, etc.)?
Once inside the building was it accessible to you?
Are there steps/stairs inside this establishment?
When there are steps/stairs, are there handrails?
Were you able to get hold of any special furniture you needed once you were using these facilities?
Were there accessible toilet facilities?
There is a disabled toilet with a ramp.
Was there an accessible changing place?
How did you rate the staff?
How did you rate the building/service/experience?
On your visit to the Tamar Otter & Wildlife Centre you will see British and Asian Short Clawed Otters playing and being fed close at hand.
There are Fallow Deer in a woodland enclosure and you will see Wallabies and Muntjac Deer roaming around the 21 acre grounds.
We have several Owl species, Peacocks and a variety of Waterfowl on the two Lakes.
There is a woodland walk leading to the Old Quarry where you will see the Scottish Wildcats. Continue on and you will come to the tranquil Quarry Pool.
The Centre is owned and run by Mandy and John Allen and is funded by the income received from visitors. Conservation activities, especially otter rehabilitation, are paid for from this income; we receive no external funding.