In line with best practice in the visitor attractions industry and as advised by Capability Scotland, visitors with disabilities are treated on an equal basis with all other visitors and entry is charged at the appropriate admission category rate - Adult/Concession/Child. Proof of disability is not required.
We recognise that some disabled visitors may need help to visit our sites and we offer free entry for accompanying carers, these can be added when making your booking. Please note this is limited to two carers per transaction.
The lay-by parking is surfaced with rough tarmac.
Approach to site
Access to the site is over about 500m of rough uphill ground and over agricultural land.
The path is reached from the lay-by up 6 narrow and uneven stone steps with a handrail to a narrow kissing gate.
The route continues up a steep slope with 51 steps cut into the ground with a handrail.
An uneven path then cuts across a field to another kissing gate. The field is used for grazing cattle and can be very muddy in wet weather.
The final stretch to the visitor centre is a loose gravel path.
There are two steep steps into the visitor centre. Inside is a graphic interpretation of the site.
The surface around the cairn is rough stone.
The top of the cairn is reached via 14 stone steps (no handrail).
Access to the cairn’s interior is down a metal ladder of 11 rungs.
A large grassed area surrounds the monument.
There are no toilets on site.
Nearest adapted toilet (3.5 miles) is at:
Beecraigs Country Park
Assistance dogs are permitted at all our sites and within roofed areas.
Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and not left unattended at any time. Owners must pick up after their dogs.
Visitors' dogs are permitted at Cairnpapple Hill.