America is a big place. Covering 3.797 million square miles, our beautiful nation boasts picturesque coastlines, sprawling plains, thick forests, and boundless deserts: any climate you could ever want to experience is available right here at home.
However, life isn't that simple for those with limited mobility; over 20 million Americans have serious difficulty walking or climbing stairs, making travel inherently more challenging. In an effort to make vacations feasible for those dependent on rigid wheelchairs and folding wheelchairs, we've compiled a list of the five most wheelchair-accessible cities in the country.
Inclusive travel is entirely possible, just a little bit more difficult to find. The cities listed above were designed with inclusive travel in mind; visiting historical monuments, grand buildings, and beautiful parks have never been easier for wheelchair-bound individuals.