Is Las Vegas Wheelchair Accessible?

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What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, and thanks to its excellent wheelchair accessibility, you’ll be glad you stayed! Las Vegas is one of the United States’ most accessible cities, offering easy transportation, comforting accommodations, and plenty of entertainment options to delight any tourist looking for an adventure to remember when they head back home to Los Angeles, CA or Orlando, FL. Pick up some tips for traveling with a wheelchair in Las Vegas and explore some of the best wheelchair accessible activities in Las Vegas with Freedom Motors USA, below!

Transportation With a Wheelchair in Las Vegas

While the city does not have a subway, the Regional Transit Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) bus system makes it easy to get around with assistive devices. All buses offer wheelchair access ramps and lowered floors, in addition to secure seating areas. The RTC runs through the strip and travels throughout the entire city, including the Las Vegas McCarran International Airport.

Beyond public transportation, the city has a fleet of wheelchair-accessible cabs fitted with assistive devices that can be ordered by request. Las Vegas is also very walkable, with miles and miles of connected sidewalks, elevated walkways, and both visual and audio alerts at crosswalks, making it easy to roll through the sites.

Las Vegas Wheelchair-Accessible Hotels and Accommodations

Las Vegas has the most wheelchair-accessible hotel rooms in all of the United States, offering roll-in showers and more. More than 25 area hotels offer rooms and suites properly outfitted with assistive devices, adding comfort to your stay. Whether you’re looking to stay in a casino resort such as the Bellagio, or a traditional chain hotel like the Hilton, you should not have any problems finding a wheelchair accessible hotel room on the Las Vegas strip.

Wheelchair Accessible Activities in Las Vegas

Sin City is packed with wheelchair-friendly attractions and fun things to do. In addition to the slot machines and tables that make gambling a breeze from a wheelchair or mobility scooter, there are many other ways to have an unforgettable adventure with a wheelchair in Las Vegas:

  • SlotZilla Zip Line – Soar through the air over 11 stories high on this unique, accessible experience! Race over Fremont Street at 35 miles an hour after the SlotZilla experts help you get properly harnessed and ready to fly.
  • High Roller Ferris Wheel – The world’s tallest observation wheel waits for you! Enjoy spectacular views of the strip at 550 feet above the ground in wheelchair-accessible cabins.
  • Shows, Tours, and Performances – Whether you like live music, magic, or learning about local architecture and culture, there is an endless supply of wheelchair accessible entertainment in Las Vegas.
  • Fountains of Bellagio – The Fountains of Bellagio are an essential Vegas experience! There are water shows every 15 minutes between 8 p.m and midnight; if you’re traveling in a wheelchair in Las Vegas, it’s recommended to show up at least 10 – 15 minutes prior to the next water show to snag an unobstructed view up front.
  • Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat – Located at The Mirage Hotel & Casino, this is the perfect place to spend the afternoon if you’re traveling with kids. Marvel at the tropical plants that surround you as you make your way through the park, stopping to see tigers, lions, and leopards all along the way. There is also a spectacular dolphin habitat where you can watch these playful creatures interact with their trainers and with you!
  • Gold & Silver Pawn Shop – Fans of the History Channel’s “Pawn Stars” television show will surely want to make a visit to the real thing. The store is located on Las Vegas Boulevard and is open to all, but there’s no guarantee the stars of the show will be there when you go. Pick up a souvenir, or pawn an item just for the experience!
  • Neon Museum – This self-proclaimed “neon boneyard” is not your traditional museum. Instead of quietly perusing grand hallways and exhibits, you’ll be outside grabbing photo ops with vintage neon signs restored from Las Vegas’ past, including icons like the Caesar’s Palace sign and Moulin Rouge.

Explore More Accessible Destinations With Freedom Motors USA

Looking for more handicap-accessible travel ideas, such as the best wheelchair-accessible beaches in Florida? Freedom Motors USA loves helping our Dallas, TX customers enjoy the freedom of mobility no matter where their travels may take them. So whether you’re planning your getaway to Boston or New Orleans, be sure to consult our lifestyle guide for more tips!

As a parting note, we’d like to remind our Battle Creek customers to practice social distancing guidelines when traveling to help themself and those around them enjoy a safe trip. If you have questions about how Freedom Motors continues to provide freedom mobility solutions to our customers during the Coronavirus pandemic, you can contact us anytime to learn more.

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