- Opening times and closure dates
- Where to find us
- Before you visit
- When you arrive
- Disabled access
- Group visits
- What's on at The National Archives
- What's on elsewhere
At The National Archives, ensuring that our building, services and holdings are accessible for all our visitors is important to us. We aim to create an environment that makes you feel welcome.
We provide full access to all our public areas; there is a lift to upper floors and the building is wheelchair-friendly. We also have a range of facilities in our reading rooms to help you with your research.
Please contact us before your visit if you have any queries about accessibility.
Find information about on site disabled parking bays and transport options to get here.
Find out about the touchpad-operated power doors, the lift, assistance dogs, plans of the building and more.
Read about the accessibility of general facilities such as the toilets and seating in the restaurant area.
Find practical information on undertaking your research, from document magnifiers and ultra-violet lamps to accessible PCs and signers for deaf people.