- With the exception of Leighton’s private bedroom and
garden, the rest of the museum spaces are fully
accessible as part of a one-way route designed to allow visitors to
navigate safely and comfortably. Members of staff are at hand
for assistance and guidance
- Disabled visitors and carers are admitted at concessionary
- Regrettably there is no step-free, or
wheelchair access to any part of the house.
- There are two flights of internal steps. The
lower part of the staircase does not have a handrail.
- Guide and assistance-dogs are permitted in
- The lighting levels are low throughout the
house, for conservation reasons.
- Two parking spaces are available for Disabled
Blue Badge holders near the house.
- Detailed access information about the house
can also be found on the
- Prams and pushchairs are not permitted in the
museum to protect the delicate interiors. They can be left in the
Reception or Lobby.
- Public toilets are available at nearby
Holland Park (5-minute walk from Leighton House).
Unfortunately, there are no public toilets at present at the
- Please travel light - our cloakroom space is very limited and
we won't be able take bulky coats or bags.
- The folding stools usually available to visitors have been
removed, but you will be able to sit and rest on the benches in the
Studio. Amenities (cafes, public toilets and seating areas) can be
found in the nearby Holland Park and in Kensington High
- The Museum shop is open for cashless payments only.
- There are no baby changing facilities on site but some are
located by the café in Holland Park, which is a short walk
If you would like more help planning your visit
please see our Museum
Visitors Risk Assessment [PDF] (file size 65.2Kb)
or contact us for more information.