Due to the nature of the Giants, they can be seen from different locations and from long distances however we have put in a few additional opportunities to assist those with specific requirements.
We are providing accessible viewing platforms at Newsham Park on Friday evening (25th July) for the arrival of the Giants and their departure on Saturday morning (26th July) and at Clarence Dock for the Giants arrival on the Saturday evening (26th July). Access will be for blue badge pass holders and 1 accompanying person and will be allocated on a first come first served basis (no pre booking is available).
Blue badge holder parking will be available in Gardners Drive for the Newsham Park site, with access via Orphans Drive and at The Glaciere Maritime Academy for the Clarence Dock site, with access from Walter Street/Regent Road Junction. Spaces are very limited at both locations and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. All Liverpool Council public car parks have allocated spaces for blue badge holders (please click here for blue badge parking) however access will be affected by road closures and crowd numbers therefore please plan sufficient time for your journey.
Stewards will be advised where possible to allow wheelchair users and other visitors will specific accessibility requirements access to viewing areas during the show where available and possible on a first come first served basis. Adapted toilets will be provided in all areas where event toilets are situated.
British Sign Language Tours will be available at St George’s Hall also on the 23rd July at 10am, 1pm and 5pm please email email@example.com to book indicating time preference. Audio Visual Tours for those with visual impairments will be available at St George’s Hall on 24th July at 10am, 1pm and 5pm please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book indicating time preference. All tours are free however advance booking is essential. In addition as part of the show British Sign Language interpretation will be available during the story elements (please note that these locations vary during the live show and we are not able to provide exact locations).
For information on accessible public transport in Merseyside please download the following guide (please click here for Merseytravel Easy Access Guide).
For general accessibility information on your visit to Liverpool go to the Visit Liverpool website who work in partnership with ‘DisabledGo’ to help you find detailed information about disabled and wheelchair access to all kinds of places including transport information, hotels, restaurants, and tourist attractions. All access information has been collected in person by DisabledGo’s team of surveyors. For more details please go to Visit Liverpool here.