The neon lights, the exciting shows, the delicious food and the high-stakes gambling make for one special combination that you won’t find in any other city on Earth. Whether you’re interested in the bustling nightlife of the Vegas Strip or you’re using Nevada’s most famous city as a base for other attractions in the area — the Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam are nearby — Las Vegas will treat wheelchair users well. Here are the best places in Sin City to eat, see and play!
This Ultimate Wheelchair Accessible Guide to Las Vegas aims to answer any questions you have about traveling to Sin City as a wheelchair user. It highlights several exciting points of interest and discusses accessibility features of some of the city’s major attractions. Then, it breaks down Vegas transportation and how it works in a wheelchair, and also provides some useful resources for anyone with accessibility requirements who is thinking about visiting.