I travel to “Sin City” every year, and sometimes make the trip more than once! Las Vegas 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 the city that truly 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 Las Vegas is its inclusiveness — it is one of the most disabled friendly and wheelchair accessible cities in the United States. Wheelchair users have a wide selection of hotels to choose from, and popular daytime attractions (like the Grand Canyon bus tours) are accessible!

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Wheelchair assistance at Las Vegas Airport.

Airport Accessibility

The Las Vegas airport is only a few blocks away from The Strip.

Wheelchair accessible attractions in Las Vegas.

Attractions & Sights

Las Vegas is the “Entertainment Capital of the World” and there is so much more to do than gambling.

Wheelchair accessible hotels in Las Vegas.

Hotels & Accommodations

Las Vegas has more ADA accessible hotel rooms than any other city in the USA.

Wheelchair accessible public transport in Las Vegas.

Public Transportation

City buses with wheelchair ramps and multiple monorails make getting around Vegas easy.

Wheelchair taxis in Las Vegas.

Wheelchair Taxis

Uber & Lyft are not accessible here, but you can get an ADA taxi within 20 minutes.

Wheelchair accessibility of sidewalks in Las Vegas.

Sidewalk Accessibility

Las Vegas is the most pedestrian-friendly city in America.