At Logie we try our hardest to meet the needs of all our visitors.

The Steading shops and cafe are all accessible for wheelchair users and others with limited mobility, excepting the upstairs of the Art Gallery and the upstairs of the cafe.

A unisex disabled loo is situated next to the Ladies and Gents along the undercover walkway beside the cafe.
Our carpark is on the level at the heart of the Steading and there are marked disabled parking spaces closest to the entrance.

While the Steading is essentially on the level, those with limited mobility should be aware that there are varying surfaces including cobbles, shallow wheelchair-friendly ramps into some of the shops and a shallow slope for wheels where the courtyard is raised by a step at the centre.

The gardens are fairly flat and the main gravel paths are wide enough for wheelchairs; the gravel is well compacted, and should not cause too many problems. The walk to the gardens from the carpark (along the tarmac drive) is approx 200 metres, and there is car parking space closer to the entrance (approx 30 metres from the garden gate) for those with less mobility.

If you’re visiting Logie and have any special requirements please do not hesitate to contact us beforehand, so that we can help you get the best from your visit.

We also welcome any feedback you may have on this or any other area. Please use our contact form.