The 21st century has provided us with some of the most exciting and interesting attractions around the world, for every age; from kids’ favourite Disney World Florida to the more grown-up Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur.
There is nothing more exhilarating than planning and booking the holiday of your dreams, either with friends or family or a trip for one. Having something to look forward to is often the cure for the stresses of daily life and finding an accessible attraction that caters for individuals who may be disabled or have limited mobility is even more rewarding. Here are just some of the accessible attractions you may want to consider for your next holiday:
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For those who are interested in delving into the history and culture of China, the Terracotta Warriors is a fantastic place to start. The magnificent display of artistry signifying the rule of ancient emperors is certainly awe-inspiring, and with great accessibility for those using wheelchairs or mobility equipment, you won’t have to miss out on the terracotta display. Although there is only access to the front pit for disabled or limited mobility individuals, you are able to see everything from the platform provided as this is where the main army of warriors stand.
Universal Studios Hollywood
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If you would like to treat you and your family to a holiday of a lifetime, Universal Studios Hollywood is the place of dreams, laughter and excitement, all with the added bonus of being accessible for older people and disabled individuals.
Wheelchair rentals are available for guests and many of the rides and attractions within the park accommodate individuals with disabilities and are “designed to comfortably accommodate guests”. As well as this, there are disability entrances for those requiring them throughout the park.