Discover aims to be as accessible as possible and meet the needs of all our visitors.
The Mighty Mega Saturday Club is for children with disabilities/SEN and their families/carers. Our sessions provide a creative and open atmosphere for exploration, fun and interactivity, where children can take part in storytelling, music, dance, arts, crafts and immersive multi-sensory experiences. Find out more.
There are blue badge holder bays in the immediate vicinity of Discover on Bridge Terrace, off Bridge Road, which are clearly marked. All blue badge holders can park in the shared use/permit parking bays in the surrounding streets (Bridge Road, Dawn Crescent, Bryant Street, Widdin Street, Pitchford Street) without time limit providing the blue badge is displayed.
Wheelchair users and customers with reduced mobility
Discover is wheelchair accessible, with step-free access to all entrances and a lift serving all floors. An accessible toilet is available on each floor. On the Ground Floor the accessible toilet is fitted with a height adjustable changing bench and ceiling track hoist system.
Visitors who are deaf or have a hearing impairment
An induction loop is available at the Reception Desk. To use the loop, you will need to switch your hearing aid to the “T” position. BSL interpreted performances are available for some of our events. Please check individual event information for further details.
Visitors who are blind or have a visual impairment
Certain play areas within Discover have dim lighting. If this may be a concern, please use the contact details above or ask a member of staff when you arrive at the Centre.
The majority of play equipment and events at Discover incorporate multi-sensory elements, mixing visual, tactile and auditory stimuli so they can be enjoyed by the widest audience possible.
Assistance dogs are welcome at Discover.
Visitors with SEN or additional learning needs
All our sessions are led by dynamic and skilled Story Builders who are trained to support core language and literacy key skills. Our sessions are accessible to children with SEN, EAL and disabilities.