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Attractions starting with I

  • Free Attraction: No
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check

Ice Cream Parlours, Oxford

Ice cream heaven in Oxford

Come and join us and have a taste of ice cream heaven!
 
  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Inigo Jones Tudor Slate Works

Self guided tour of the works that's educational and fun.

Video presentation, view the machines and craftsmen in action, listen to a taped commentary as you go.

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Inverkeithing Museum

Museum

Housed in a 14th century Friary guest house, this small gallery has a great collection of local artefacts, photographs, and more!

  • Free Attraction: No
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

IMAX at Millennium Point - Birmingham

For sheer sensory overload

For sheer sensory overload, the screen in the 385 seat arena is the width of four buses placed nose to tail, and more than five storeys high.

 
  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Invergordon Leisure Centre

Main pool, learner pool and a toddler pool available!

The leisure features, including flume, steam room, mushroom pump, bubble seat, water canons and spa pool and disabled lift make it fun and relaxing too.

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check
  • Offers: online savings

Inveraray Jail

Not suitable for under-4s.

Eavesdrop on cases held in this courtroom with a soundtrack based on the transcripts of real trials. Look at the many exhibitions!

  • Free Attraction: No
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check

Ickworth House, Park & Gardens, National Trust

Free entry when you join NT!

Beautiful 1800 acre country estate, surrounding the eccentric Ickworth House, and with a superb adventure playground and much more!

 
  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

International Centre for Birds of Prey - Newent

The International Centre for Birds of Prey.

For many years a specialist zoo of birds of prey dedicated to their conservation. Now back with its original owner.

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Ilfracombe Aquarium, Ilfracombe

Experience the fascinating journey from an Exmoor stream to the Atlantic Ocean.

Over 75 native species, public fish feeds, Deep reef. Fun for all, whatever the weather!  Shop, cafe with sheltered outside area. 

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Inverness Museum & Art Gallery

Another days out idea for kids in Inverness!

Explore our lively "Man in the Landscape" exhibition and our Discovery Centre, both on the ground floor and much more. Gift shop.

  • Free Attraction: No
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

IMAX at Millennium Point - Birmingham

For sheer sensory overload!

The screen in the 385 seat arena is the width of four buses placed nose to tail, and more than five storeys high.

 
  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Imperial War Museum

One of the most talked about Museums in Britain today

Imperial War Museum North is about people and their stories. Cafe and shop.