AccessAble for All
Please see below for our brands dedicated sessions and offers for our visitors to make Xscape accessible for all.
Gravity SENsory Session
The freedom to fly with confidence at Gravity with a 60 minute whole park session dediated to you.
The lights come up and the sounds go down at our relaxed SEN sessions when the whole Gravity park is open exclusively for members of recognised disabled groups.
Fasttrack your experience by signing the Safety Agreement online.
Visit the website for upcoming sessions, plus a carer comes for FREE with your complimentary carer discount.
Snozone - Making Snowsports Accessible for all
Snozone Disability Snowsports are for anyone who has a sensory, cognitive, or physical impairment. Snozone's aim is to make Snow sports accessible and inclusive for everyone!
Our highly experienced and qualified Coaches provide bespoke adaptive (disabled) tuition, guiding, and coaching for all types and levels of skiers and snowboarders.
To more information and to book online see snozoneuk.com/disability-snowsports
Or contact Snozone direct on firstname.lastname@example.org / 0333 003 0520
A selection of Escape Rooms at The Escapologist are wheelchair friendly and the team will endeavour to ensure you are as comfortable as possible in our rooms. Should a chair be required in the room, simply let us know when you book.
Call the team now for further information ad to book on 01977 801 684
LaserZone - SEN & Autism Friendly Sessions
These dedicated sessions have additional lighting inside the arena, reduced music levels in the arena and foyer, reduced special effects including artificial smoke limited to a light haze and reduced player numbers with capacity limited to two-thirds.
We also remove the competitive element of the mission by switching off the score screens, only providing score cards afterwards on request in a private envelope and each player receiving a certificate of participation.
Wheelchair users can play LaserZone and use most of the other facilities - the reception areas, briefing rooms and kit-up rooms are wheelchair accessible. Door widths are such that they can accommodate wheelchairs and there is a lowered section on each of our service counters. There are certain restrictions at each location, please refer to the Wheelchairs, Access & DDA Statement for further information. Book your visit now or call 01977 559911 to speak to a member of the team.
Both the 4D Golf Courses are wheelchair friendly - they have lowered sections of kerbing for standard wheelchairs to be able to pass over (please check with staff for accessibility for scooters or large motorised wheelchairs). There's a platform lift to take wheelchairs to the first floor 'Curse of The Mummy' course. You can find 4D Golf on level 1 via the lift at the front of Xscape.
BOOKING: Currently, you do not need to book in advance for 4D Golf. There may be a short queue at busy times, but we are operating on a first-come first-served basis, with socially distanced queuing in operation. Thanks.
Cineworld welcomes you
Cineworld cinemas aims to ensure that anyone can enjoy a movie. That is why they have regular subtitled screenings for hearing impaired guests along with hearing loops, audio descripted screenings for sight impaired guests (who are welcome to bring their guide dog) and monthly Autism friendly screenings on the 1st or 2nd Sunday of the month.
Carers go FREE at Cineworld
The CEA Card is a national card scheme developed for UK cinemas by the UK Cinema Association (UKCA). The Card enables a cinema guest who requires a carer to receive a complimentary ticket for someone to go with them when they visit Cineworld at Xscape Yorkshire.
The card costs one annual payment of £6. For more information and to apply, please visit the www.ceacard.co.uk
To apply, the person requiring assistance must be 8 years of age or older and be in receipt of one of the following:
Disability Living Allowance (DLA)
Attendance Allowance (AA)
Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
Armed Forces Independence Payment (AFIP)
Severely Sight Impaired Registration (formerly Registered Blind)
Sight Impaired Registration (formerly Partially Sighted)