Visited then fort with elderly relatives during a recent holiday, one of whom uses a wheelchair. We were concerned that it wouldn't be suitable for wheelchairs as it is an old fort and we couldn't find anything online to confirm disabled access. However, we needn't have worried. There is a road down to the entrance and even although it is a little steep, it is fully wheelchair accessible. Once in the fort, most of the demonstrations are carried out in the courtyard under a very appreciated shade. There are 3 steps up to the 100 ton gun but the guys working there Were very attentive and will lift the wheelchair and occupant up and down the stairs and also down to the video room underground. This may not be ideal for everyone but they do the best they can with their limited resources. The mounted demonstrations and cannon firing are carried out at the top of the fort accessed by the road giving fantastic views out to sea and the same view you get from the ramparts which are not accessible to wheelchairs. There are also some tunnels which would be difficult for wheelchairs but all in all, we were very impressed and grateful for the help. The demonstrations were very informative and interesting and even held the attention of my teenage son which is no mean feat! Well done guys, and good luck with the fundraising!