Amazing places that travellers with disabilities can visit
Travelling to new places can provide wonderful experiences to people with disabilities. It will not only help them discover their skills but also learn more about themselves, meet new people and make friends.
Here are some interesting and accessible places which people with disabilities can discover.
Museums like the Tate Modern Museum in London offers wheelchairs, touch tours, audio-guides and a sign language multimedia guide for people with disabilities.
Historic places like Monticello in Charlottesville provides partial access to wheelchairs along with sign language tours and touch tours.
Also, historical monument Stonehenge in England has wheelchair accessible paths and provides audio tours and Braille guides.
Nature sites like the Rocky Mountain National Park in Estes Park, Congaree National Park and Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park provides some amazing boardwalks. Disney World, Legoland and Holiday World are also some amazing theme parks that provide a great experience to visitors with disabilities.