Visit London has details of accessible transport, venues and shops across London.
Tourism For All is a national charity dedicated to making tourism welcoming to all. They have a searchable directory of accessible tourist attractions and other resources around the country.
The DisabledGo website has a searchable directory of all kinds of facilities and services in the community, with details on whether they have been adapted to suit people with mobility problems or other disabilities.
Shape Arts is a disability-led arts organisation which works to improve access to culture for disabled people by providing opportunities for disabled artists
Euan's Guide features disabled access reviews from disabled people and their friends and families on accommodation, leisure facilities, restaurants and bars, tourist attractions and more .
The Official London Theatre website provides information on theatre performances which are intended to be more accessible for people with disabilities, and especially those with sight and hearing impairments.
The site also links to other organisations which can provide advice on accessible activities for people with disabilities.
The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain provides a free guide to tourist attractions and activities around the country which are more accessible for people with disabilities.
English Heritage give details of any accessibility arrangements at all of their attractions, and have produced an access guide.
The National Trust have information about the accessibility arrangements at all of their attractions and their concessions.
Historic Scotland use an accessibility rating scheme for all of their attractions.
Blue Badge Style offers a variety of information, including a blog with reviews of accessible (and not so accessible) places to go out.
The Cinema Exhibitors' Association (CEA) Card enables people with disabilities to obtain a complimentary ticket so that someone can go with them when they attend the cinema. 90% of national cinemas participate in the scheme.