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Top 10 Accessible Attractions in L.A.

Top 10 Accessible Attractions in L.A.

Top 10 Accessible Attractions in L.A.

Los Angeles is a vibrant city, full of diversity and countless options when it comes to entertainment. Nevertheless, for those who have a disability, it can be difficult to get access to some of those attractions… or maybe not. The experts in accessible transportation from Los Angeles Wheelchair Van Rentals, Wheelers; know exactly where to go in your visit to L.A.

 

  1. Aquarium of the Pacific.

This place is easy to navigate for those in a wheelchair, allowing them to roll close enough to the giant tanks so they can examine all the amazing sea creatures of the aquarium. For those with visual and mobility disabilities, they offer free audio tours; that way, everyone can hear the information given along the tour without having to read the signs or maneuver around people to have access to the information. People with hearing disabilities can also borrow copies of the show script to read while exploring the Aquarium.

 

  1. Los Angeles Zoo.

If you are an animal lover, it is imperative that you visit this zoo. Not only they have great animal exhibits, they also offer various accessibility options for those with mobility impairments. They even offer electric and traditional wheelchairs in case you may need one. And despite of its many hills, you can still explore this massive park, onboard the Safari shuttle.

 

  1. Walt Disney Concert Hall.

The LA Philharmonic has its home here, and they offer seating for patron in wheelchair in all price sections. Although, reservations are necessary, sitting spaces without fixed chairs and ramps are part of the design of this exclusive hall, renowned all over the world for its splendid setting and exquisite acoustics. They also offer assistive-listening devices free of charge during the shows; although patrons can bring their own if they wish to.

 

  1. Griffith Observatory.

If you would like to watch one of the most incredible planetarium shows, ever; you need to go to the Griffith observatory. With plenty of ramps, this place is very easy to navigate for those who need a wheelchair. They also have a café and a gift shop you can roam; and don’t forget to check out the public telescopes and the many exhibitions they offer.

 

  1. The Grove.

Located at Farmer’s Market, it offers a lot more than just a place for shopping. With major stores featuring handicapped-assisted doors, a wide variety of restaurants, water fountain, central park and even ready to use wheelchairs at the Concierge Desk at the parking structure, this place provides almost full navigability to those who visit. They also have a trolley with a wheelchair lift and their brick streets and sidewalks are very easy to maneuver.

 

  1. Warner Bros. StudioTour.

Do you love movies? If your answer is yes, you can’t miss this stop when visiting the city with a Los Angeles Wheelchair Van Rentals company. Their two-hour memorabilia tour will take you around sets and props of Warner’s most iconic TV shows and movies.

 

  1. Santa Monica Pier.

An amusement park, lots of street entertainment, bars and restaurants are just a few of the many options for spending a great day in LA. Just make sure to park pier level and enjoy a majestic sunset or even a relaxing fishing session.

 

  1. L.A. Live.

One of Downtown LA greatest entertainment centers is no other than L.A. Live. Dining, shopping and iconic places such as the Club Nokia and the Nokia Theatre, which offers accessible seating in the orchestra and loge, are just a couple places among many others, like the GRAMMY Museum, the Microsoft Theatre L.A. Live and the ESPN studios.

 

  1. The Huntington Library.

Art collections, botanical gardens and a structure that offers accessibility to people with disabilities are a few of the great features of The Huntington Library. Color-coded maps are available online and included in the Visitor’s Guide.

 

  1. Six Flags Magic Mountain.

And because adventure and adrenaline have to be a part of this list, we could not leave out the rides, shows and games Six Flags has to offer. Check out their disabilities guidebook and enjoy the best of the Six Flags Magic Mountain along with your Los Angeles Wheelchair Van Rentals experts.

 

For more information contact Wheelers on 800.456.1371.