The city's main attractions are accessible for all and include an exotic royal palace, museums, an aquarium, concert venues and an Edwardian Manor house...
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This exotic royal palace with its Indian inspired exterior and Chinese interior is a must on any visit to the city. The ground floor is accessible to wheelchair users and has an audio-visual room. The palace also offers audio, tactile and sign-language tours which are bookable in advance.
This state of the art attraction includes a wide range of permanent and temporary exhibitions. The museum is wheelchair accessible and offers tactile and braille maps.
The country's oldest operating aquarium is home to a wide-variety of underwater wildlife and is easily accessible.
Among the museum's exhibits is the film gallery celebrating Hove's role in the birth of cinema, all areas are accessible to wheelchairs.
Experience life both upstairs and downstairs in this traditional Edwaridan manor house. Sign language and tactile tours can be booked to view all 20 rooms.
The art deco building hosts an array of performances including classical, comedy, theatre and dance. The three performance venues are accessible with Sennheiser and T-loop systems in the auditoria and bar areas.
This is the main concert venue in the city and is the place to catch the big name stars from the world of rock and comedy. The venue was recently (February 2016) granted a Gold Award by Attitude is Everything partly due to their work with Gig Buddies and the installation of a Changing Places toilet.