I've now visited “Sin City” twice as a wheelchair user, and I'm already planning a third trip. The city is filled to the brim with accessible things to do - casino gambling, games, live shows, entertainment, poolside relaxation and thrills! You will experience all of this and more in Las Vegas, Nevada — a city that just doesn’t sleep. Often referred to as the Entertainment Capital of the World, the city has plenty to offer everyone on the Las Vegas Strip and beyond.
The best part of Ls Vegas is its inclusiveness - it is one of the most disabled friendly and wheelchair accessible cities in the United States. Accommodations provide for disabled access at every hotel and casino, but also with experiences like Grand Canyon bus tours and even a zip line on Fremont Street!