Minnesota Vacations for Everyone
From wheelchair-accessible trails to sensory-friendly theatrical productions and ASL museum interpreters, Minnesota destinations embrace accessibility for all. Go fishing in one of our 10,000 lakes, explore the prairie at a state park or enjoy cosmopolitan culture and fun attractions in the Twin Cities—however you like to travel, you'll find an accessible way to do so in Minnesota.
For children on the autism spectrum, these sensory-friendly museums and experiences are the perfect way to ensure a day of curiosity and play—without the sensory overload.Read More
Accessible Outdoor Adventures
From the Stone Arch Bridge over the Mississippi River in Minneapolis to Hill Annex Mine State Park in the Iron Range, trails across Minnesota offer wheelchair-accessible routes perfect for outdoor adventures.Read More
Why one Minnesota mom and her family pivoted from flying to RV travel after three of her kids were diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.Read more
Mall of America
It's easier than ever to access Mall of America. At the mall's indoor amusement park, Nickelodeon Universe, you'll find a Certified Autism Center with sensory guides available for each ride.Read More
From Bemidji to Red Wing, playgrounds throughout Minnesota feature rubberized surfaces, ramps for wheelchairs and walkers, high-back swings and spinners, and much more to ensure that play is accessible for everyone.Read More
An increasingly long lineup of events and festivals have been self-designated by Minnesota event organizers as accessible to people with disabilities.Read more
Accessible Attractions & Places to Stay
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