Washington, DC Wheelchair Accessible Travel Guide – WheelchairTravel.org

America’s capital city, filled with monuments, museums, history, art & architecture, offers something for both foreign tourists and citizens of the United States. Admission to the national museums is free to all. Washington, D.C is featured at #3 in my Top 5 Most Wheelchair Accessible Cities in the United States list. The city is one of the world’s most wheelchair accessible.

All three branches of the federal government are centered in Washington. Wheelchair users can easily see the White House, Capitol Building and the Supreme Court of the United States. The national monuments, including the Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial and Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial are completely accessible.

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Airport Accessibility

Washington, D.C. is served by three airports: Reagan National, Dulles International and Baltimore/Washington International. DCA is the closet to downtown and is served by the DC Metro’s Blue and Yellow lines.

Monuments & Government Buildings

Visit our national war memorials and monuments free of charge. Don’t delay planning a tour of the Capitol Building or White House.

Museums & Attractions

America’s Smithsonian Institution museums are free for everyone.

Hotels & Accommodations

Select a place to stay from this list of wheelchair accessible hotels in Bangkok.

Public Transportation

Every Washington Metro station has [...]

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