If a visit to the City of Brotherly Love is in your future, then surf on by visitphilly.com/accessibility, and check out their new access guide. This joint project between Visit Philadelphia and Art-Reach – a local disability advocacy organization — offers wheelchair-users and slow walkers hard-to-find access information about the capital city. It contains details about accessible public transportation, taxis, and favorite attractions; and features a helpful section filled with local resources. There’s also a short section which lists some favorite accessible hotels, along with contact information for more specific access details. Information about local wheelchair and medical equipment rentals and accessible parking is also included. Best of all, the guide has an excellent FAQ section, which offers helpful tips, such as details on the Access Philly Card, which offers Pennsylvania residents a deep discount to over 45 cultural attractions throughout Philadelphia. An excellent resource filled with information to help disabled visitors get around and enjoy all the Philadelphia has to offer.
Check out this fun accessible Philadelphia itinerary emerginghorizons.com/discover-philadelphia-with-citypass