Orlando is known for its thrilling theme parks, but there’s so much more to this vibrant city, especially if you’re exploring in a wheelchair. 

At Wheelers Accessible Van Rentals, we believe that everyone should have the chance to experience all the excitement Orlando has to offer, comfortably and safely. That’s why we’ve rounded up some of the best wheelchair-accessible activities around town.

 From peaceful gardens and space adventures to art exhibits and interactive experiences, we’re here to guide you to some fantastic spots that welcome everyone. 

Let’s take a closer look at what Orlando has to offer beyond the roller coasters and fairy tales, ensuring your trip is filled with memorable and accessible adventures.

Harry P Leu Garden

Nestled in the heart of Orlando, Harry P. Leu Gardens offers a green escape with its sprawling 50 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and collections of plants. Whether you’re up for a guided or self-guided tour to learn all the secrets of the gardens or prefer wandering at your own pace, there’s something here for everyone. Just a heads up, though—the historic Leu House Museum within the gardens isn’t fully accessible. But don’t let that stop you; the rest of the gardens are open and welcoming, making it a perfect spot for anyone looking to soak in some nature and tranquility, wheelchair and all.

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Center

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Kennedy Space Center

The Kennedy Space Center isn’t just a gateway to the stars; it’s a place where the wonders of space exploration come alive for everyone. Fully accessible, the center invites visitors in wheelchairs to dive into the world of astronauts, rockets, and missions that have shaped our journey into space. Experience the thrill of the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit, touch a piece of the moon, and feel the rumble of a rocket launch. The Kennedy Space Center has ensured that every exhibit, tour, and show is accessible, ensuring that the adventure of space is within reach for all aspiring astronauts and space enthusiasts.

Orlando Museum of Art

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Orlando Museum of Art

At the Orlando Museum of Art, art isn’t just observed; it’s experienced, and everyone’s invited to the show. This gem in Orlando’s cultural scene is fully accessible, making it a breeze for visitors in wheelchairs to explore the myriad of exhibits on display. From contemporary masterpieces to ancient artifacts, the museum offers a diverse collection that speaks to a wide range of tastes and interests. The thoughtful layout and accessible facilities ensure that everyone can appreciate the beauty and creativity on display, making it a must-visit spot for art lovers looking for an inclusive and inspiring experience.

The Wheel at Icon Park Orlando Florida

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The Wheel at ICON Park

The Wheel at ICON Park offers a view of Orlando like no other, and it’s wheelchair-friendly, too, as long as your chair is less than 36 inches in width. Soaring high above the city, this giant observation wheel gives you a chance to see the sights from a whole new perspective. Each capsule is spacious and comfortable, ensuring that everyone, including guests in wheelchairs, can enjoy the ride and take in the panoramic views. It’s a fun, relaxing way to see the city from above and a highlight of any trip to Orlando’s ICON Park.

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Family Fun at The Crayola Experience

The Crayola Experience in Orlando is a colorful adventure that’s accessible and fun for the whole family. Every attraction within this vibrant playground is ADA compliant, ensuring that guests of all abilities can unleash their creativity. Dive into hands-on activities like naming and wrapping your own Crayola crayon, or bring your drawings to life in a digital format. It’s not just about coloring outside the lines; it’s about experiencing the joy of creativity in a space where everyone is welcome. Whether you’re a kid or just a kid at heart, The Crayola Experience is a must-visit for an unforgettable day of fun and imagination.

Explore Orlando with Wheelers Accessible Van Rentals

Exploring Orlando’s accessible attractions is just the beginning of what can be an unforgettable adventure, and with a Wheelers Accessible Van, you have the freedom to experience it all on your own terms. Our vans are designed with your comfort and accessibility in mind, ensuring that getting from the serene paths of the Harry P. Leu Gardens to the inspiring exhibits at the Kennedy Space Center, and everywhere in between, is smooth and hassle-free.

Whether you’re soaking in the artistic vibes at the Orlando Museum of Art, enjoying the breathtaking views from The Wheel at ICON Park, or sparking creativity at The Crayola Experience, Wheelers makes sure you’re not missing out on anything Orlando has to offer.

So, grab the keys to a Wheelers Accessible Van and take control of your journey. Our flexible rental options mean you can plan your trip with ease, whether it’s a day-long exploration or a week-long adventure.

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