Las Vegas, often known as the entertainment capital of the world, is one of the most interesting and fun wheelchair accessible destinations to visit during an adapted, excitement-filled vacation in the United States of America. This city has many attractions, including museums, excellent opportunities for sightseeing and night entertainment.
Las Vegas offers accessible public transportation. All of the buses are fully accessible with lifts, ramps or kneeling devices and are equipped with wheelchair security areas. For further information please contact Las Vegas Visitor Center: Link
The following places and points of interest are recommended for travelers with reduced mobility:
Las Vegas Strip
The Las Vegas Strip is a stretch of Las Vegas South Boulevard in Clark County, Nevada, known for its concentration of hotels, casinos, and replicas of the Eiffel Tower, the Venice Grand Canal, and the Egyptian Sphinx in some hotels with an international theme. It also has 15 of the 25 largest hotels in the world.
The Las Vegas Strip is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world. Even when some parts of the area can get crowded with people, world-class shopping and iconic views are friendly for wheelchair users.
The Mob Museum
It is the national museum of organized crime and law enforcement, ideal for learning about Las Vegas' past and discovering the role that gangsters played in the growth and development of Las Vegas as it is now known. The museum includes multi-sensory exhibits, hundreds of artifacts, and first-hand accounts of people from both sides of the crime war.
The museum is wheelchair accessible. An elevator at the front of the building allows guests to avoid the entrance steps and each floor is accessible by elevator. There is limited parking space near the museum, however public transportation is available a 2-minute walk from the museum. For More Information
The Neon Museum
The nearly two-acre campus includes an outdoor exhibition space, known as the Boneyard, which features more than 200 signs, seven of which are restored. The Neon Museum Visitors Center is located inside the historic La Concha Motel lobby. This distinctive shell-shaped building was designed by acclaimed architect Paul Revere Williams. The curvilinear La Concha Motel lobby is a striking example of Mid-Century modern design characterized by Atomic- and Space Age shapes and motifs.
The Neon Museum is wheelchair accessible. The Neon Boneyard has a fine gravel surface that both manual and motorized wheelchairs can easily navigate. Service animals are allowed on tours. For More Information