Concession rates are available – concessions cover those who are over 65 and disabled visitors.
Why not buy an annual pass? It is the same price as a day ticket but gives you unlimited entry to the exhibition for a year. It also helps support the charity by helping us get Gift Aid, adding 25% to the value of your ticket to support our work in heritage preservation, education and outreach.
We offer free guided tours of the Gardens, Memorial Spire and Walls. During the winter tours take place once an hour. In summer months they take place every half an hour.
In line with many national, charity run heritage sites, the IBCC has to charge for parking to ensure that the ongoing maintenance of the Memorial, Gardens and grounds is funded.
This ensures that these facilities can be made freely accessible to everyone.
Car parking charge is £3 all day
Motorcycles are free to park – there are designated areas.
Bicycle racks are also provided.
The IBCC welcomes well behaved dogs (and owners) to the Centre, the only area we ask you not to take your dog, for their safety and that of other visitors, is the Exhibition. Please ensure that the dogs are kept on a lead. Assistance dogs are welcome across the site.
Find our accessibility Guide here
The IBCC is fully accessible to those who are mobility impaired or are wheelchair users. We also have a number of wheelchairs which are available for your use during your visit. There are two lifts, one at each end of the exhibition galleries and accessible toilets on both floors. There is also a Changing Places facility.
There are disabled parking bays within the car park, providing good access to the paths leading to the building. You are welcome to drop mobility impaired passengers at the door before parking. Please do, however, be aware of pedestrians.
The building has a hearing loop facility throughout.
Our introductory films and many of the interactive displays carry subtitles.