Meraki Festival 30 Nov - 22 Dec Vintry Garden: 30 Nov - 22 Dec
Verulamium Park: 08 Dec - 22 Dec
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Disabled Access

We want Meraki Christmas Festival to be an event that everyone can enjoy.

Please be advised that our Vintry Garden and our Verulamium Park set-ups are disabled accessible.

Please note that the Herts Showground is on grass for the 6 day event and this event is not a very accessible site like the two city centre events above.

Herts Showground 30 Nov – Dec 6th (closed on the 3rd) – on grass & disabled toilets

Verulamium Park 8th Dec – 22 Dec (closed on mondays) – hard standing and accessible, & disabled toilets

Vintry Garden 30 Nov – 22 Dec (open 7 days a week) – hard standing and accessible, no toilets

CONTACT DETAILS: If you have any questions about access and facilities at the festival, please feel free to email us at christmas@merakifestival.com and we are happy to help!

Blue Badge – The car park area alongside Verlamium has disabled parking and the city centre also has disabled parking available.

If you have a blue badge and are coming to Herts Showground please note this event is on grass but you can park for free.

The ground at Verulamium and Vintry Gardens will hard floor walkways throughout so is wheelchair friendly.

The site is free to enter so no carer tickets are required.

Our 3 tipis bar will have a wheelchair charging facility, with a standard 13amp plug socket.

All venues in Verulamium and Vintry are all fully accessible. If you require specific support please contact us in advance.

We have fully accessible disabled toilets on site but we do not have a changing, hoist or lifting service at this time.

Unfortunately, at this time we are unable to offer British Sign Language / Captioning / Audio Description, however, this may be available at future Festival Events.

PLEASE NOTE: Some rides and performances may include strobe lighting. There will not be a warning before a period of strobe lighting.

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