The part tarmac, part gravel car park has four accessible bays.
Approach to site
The fort entrance is 200m from the car park along a tarmac path. Entry to the ticket shop is a further 15m over cobbles.
There is level access into the shop.
Six mobility scooters and two manual wheelchairs are available for visitor use on a first-come, first-served basis.
Visitors with disabilities are generally asked on arrival if they need any assistance.
The fort is very large (620m end to end). It is mainly on the level with tarmac roads and pavements.
Wheelchair users may need help to cross areas of granite sets.
Grass and concrete access ramps with a gradient of 1:6 lead up onto the ramparts.
Entry to the barrack rooms, which house audio facilities and displays, is over a slight step.
Audio presentations with induction loops are available. There is also an audio-visual presentation, The Fort George Story.
Adapted toilets are found at the centre of the site and inside the café.
Assistance dogs are welcome:
- at all Historic Scotland properties
- within roofed areas
An audio tour is available in:
The Fort George Story, a 12-minute audio-visual presentation, plays continuously (in English) in one of the casemates.
The Camp Cinema shows a short film (in English) of a re-enactment of a 19th century battle.
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