The home of America’s team, the Dallas Cowboys is a great place to visit. And here at Wheelers accessible van rentals, we thrive at making your journey across Texas smooth and safe.

For many people, travelling with children is rather complicated and if you add a wheelchair to the mix, some people would call it a nightmare. But not us, our Texas wheelchair van rental service offers not only accessibility and ease, it also offers safety and today, it offers around of wheelchair accessible place in Dallas, as well.

So, which accessible places in Dallas are kid friendly?

5 Destinations in Dallas That Are Wheelchair-Friendly

Here are our top picks for an accessible Dallas trip with kids:

1. Perot Museum of Nature and Science

This 5-floor museum offers accessible parking and elevators plus countless attractions to kids and adults alike. The Perot museum is the house of 11 permanent exhibition halls, interactive kiosks, educational games, living science lessons, six learning labs, a modular travelling exhibit hall, a children’s museum with a courtyard and plenty of outdoor play space.

It also hosts a flexible space auditorium, a 35-foot Malawisaurus fossil, a 298-seat, a multimedia 3D theater and a shop. You can also enjoy the view on the roof deck or a treat at The Café.

Rentals of wheelchairs and mobility scooters are free if you leave a current driver’s license or another form of identification at the concierge desk, all of the restrooms have fully accessible stalls. The dining areas are also wheelchair accessible and The Theater is equipped with seating for handicapped patrons and areas for wheelchair seating.

2. American Airlines Center

The AAC is a rather new venue that offers a wide variety of events to the public with accessible seating within every price range. Bathrooms are accessible, the staff is very helpful and the parking is fairly close.

They offer a guide and escorts to parking areas for guests with disabilities free of charge. From basketball games to Disney on Ice shows The American Airlines Center is a great place to enjoy an unforgettable event in the company of your kids and without accessibility issues.

3. Great Wolf Lodge Waterpark

Although the Great Wolf Lodge is not exactly in Dallas is fairly close by, in Grapevine and most kids love it.

You can enjoy this waterpark hotel all year-round thanks to its indoor and outdoor water areas. It has accessible rooms available, a lift for the lazy river in the water park area, and a “water-chair” for all the pools with a beach entry.

Other attractions you can enjoy at the great Wolf are Magic Quest, kid’s story time, the arcade and the laser maze.

4. Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

It might be in Fort Worth, not in Dallas but kids love it.

This museum has a water area that shows how water can be used as a power source. There is a planetarium, a simulated grocery store area, a dino dig and a dinosaur display. There are events such as the after-hours scavenger hunt in the dark and parking and elevators offer full accessibility.

They also have available wheelchairs and closed captioning system is available for most films in the Omni Theater.

5. LEGOLAND Discovery Center

Also in Grapevine, Legoland is a kids favorite. You can go on the Lego “factory” tour and explore Dallas mini-land, or catch a film in the 4D cinema.

The discovery center features creative areas for Lego racers, where you can build a car and race against others, earthquake tables and the Kingdom Quest Laser ride with its accessible car.

Parking can be a bit of a drag but rest assured kids will love to visit this place. If you want to visit Dallas and make sure you will have a smooth trip, free of inconveniences, comfortable and safe; make your reservation today with us and request our Dallas wheelchair van rental service that will guarantee you can go wherever you want to, whenever you want to.

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