Our family likes to travel. A lot. But traveling with a wheelchair often involves thinking about things like:
- Are there stairs?
- Will the bathroom door be wide enough?
- Do I have to wait longer for a bus that is accessible?
For a while I had a blog called “The Wheel Traveler” and many of these posts (through September 2019) were housed there. So if you arrived here from a former Wheel Traveler link, welcome! Most of what you’re looking for is here.
Whether you’re looking for budget travel ideas, wheelchair accessible activities or just an idea of what to expect when you visit The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, we’ve got you covered 🙂
The magical Christmas light celebration in Leavenworth, Washington is an annual tradition worth experiencing, with festivities lasting the entire month of December.
A Cautionary Travel Tale
What do you call it when the flight attendant pulls you and your kids aside to say that your family can't board the plane? Worst vacation ever.
Take a haunted hike on Wildwood Trail to see the Witch's Castle in Portland. The path is relatively flat and easy, but there are a few steep inclines for wheelchairs.
Getting Around London
Public transportation makes getting around London a relatively simple task, even if you're using a wheelchair.