REVITALISE, a national charity creating holidays for disabled people, has identified the Ashmolean Museum as the number one attraction in the South East.

The survey scored UK visitor attractions across the region on hoist availability, staff training in disability awareness, general accessibility, concessions for disabled visitors and their carers, and disabled toilets.

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The attraction in Beaumont Street has been ranked ahead of many London attractions including Museum of London, Kensington Palace and the British Museum.

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The Oxford University Museum of Natural History came second in the survey while Waddesdon Manor near Bicester came third.