When it comes to vacation destinations, San Antonio stands out because of its cultural heritage, amazing dining scene, and rich history. However, did you also know that The Alamo City is known for its commitment to inclusivity and diversity, making it the perfect destination for all travelers?

Whether you are seeking mobility or sensory accommodations, San Antonio has plenty of attractions and events that will cater to specific needs and offer plenty of fun and excitement.

Here is how to have a one-of-a-kind, inclusive, and accessible vacation in San Antonio:


Visit The Alamo and San Antonio Missions National Historical Park


The San Antonio Missions are not only a UNESCO World Heritage site but also an integral part of Alamo City’s history. The most famed site is even in the nickname! However, you will be happy to learn that each major site is partially wheelchair accessible, including wheelchair-accessible routes.

In addition, a wheelchair is available for loan at each mission site, all restrooms are wheelchair accessible, and assistance is available in the park Gift Shop for any item that may be out of reach for some visitors. Everyone should experience Texas history; the San Antonio Missions are the perfect place to explore the past.


Spend the Day at Morgan’s Wonderland & Inspiration Island


San Antonio’s commitment to inclusivity and accessibility stands strong with Morgan’s Wonderland and sister park Morgan's Inspiration Island. The first unique amusement park of its kind, Morgan’s Wonderland offers a fully immersive and accessible experience for guests of all ages and abilities.

From wide, wheelchair-friendly paths to wheelchair-accessible swings, carousels, and even a wheelchair-accessible Ferris Wheel, there is plenty of fun at Morgan’s Wonderland. Special sensory stations throughout the park are designed to offer a soothing environment for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

If you need to cool off, Inspiration Island not only offers waterproof wheelchairs but also splash pads and water attractions that are different temperatures for all sensory levels. At both parks, staff is on hand to help guests get the accommodations and support they need.


Take an Accessible Riverboat Tour Down the River Walk

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The San Antonio River Walk is a must-see. The network of walkways winds around the city and is wheelchair accessible. Whether you enjoy a leisurely scenic outing or dining at one of the many fantastic eateries, you will have an enjoyable experience.

While at the River Walk, try a guided river cruise with GO RIO Cruises, which are wheelchair accessible. Enjoy learning more about the history of the Alamo City while taking in the sights and sounds.



Have a Sensory-Friendly Experience at the DoSeum


If you have younger kids needing special accommodations, check out The DoSeum. With a strong commitment to inclusivity, the museum offers sensory-friendly hours where the environment is modified to better serve individuals with ASD and sensory processing differences. Additionally, all hallways, exhibits, and restrooms are handicap accessible.


Enjoy a Peaceful Afternoon at the San Antonio Botanical Garden

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The San Antonio Botanical Garden inspires a love of nature in everyone who visits, and it also accommodates visitors. With paved paths throughout the garden, the San Antonio Botanical Garden provides easy access for wheelchair users, allowing you to explore 38 acres of pristine landscapes and stunning plants.

The garden also frequently hosts sensory-rich activities perfect for individuals with sensory processing needs, ensuring an inclusive experience while admiring the garden's beauty.


San Antonio is a Welcoming Place for All Travelers

San Antonio offers an enriching experience for everyone, from our wide range of events to our one-of-a-kind attractionsStart planning your next accessible adventure in San Antonio and experience the welcoming nature of Alamo City.