Guildhall A Visual Guide test


Home / Accessibility


Guildhall is a venue with step-free access and accessible toilets throughout. For further venue information, please visit our Your Event or FAQs pages. Alternatively, please do get in touch and a member of the team will be happy to assist.

We want everyone who visits our website to find it as accessible and useable as possible.

If you experience problems with any part of the site or need content in an alternative format, please call 020 7332 1313 or email us at

Features on this website to aid accessibility

- Reviewed for XHTML and W3C WCAG AA compliance.

- 'Skip to main content' link positioned off-screen but which is picked up by screen readers and keyboard users.

- Text resizing and alternate stylesheets can be done via whatever browser a visitor is using.

Compatible browser features

- Visitors can use built-in browser controls such as text re-sizing and user stylesheets to modify the site.

- Additional FREE software resources users may require to access content is Acrobat.

Accessibility limitations

External websites

Within the Guildhall website you may occasionally interact with content provided by external organisations. The City of London Corporation cannot be held responsible for the accessibility of external websites. If you experience any accessibility issues whilst you are using an external website as part of your visit to Guildhall's website, please let us know so that we can attempt to resolve it.

Additional resources

Adobe Acrobat information - Adobe access pages(external link)

You may be not be aware that if you are using a Windows based PC, there are settings that can be adjusted to assist with your use of the site. These can be found in the Control panel under the accessibility options.

To access PDF files you will need Acrobat Reader.

Website availability

We are committed to ensuring this website is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

We use cookies to help improve your experience at