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8 Accessible Attractions in Cincinnati

Cincinnati is a charming big city located on the Ohio River and a wonderful travel destination. The “Queen City” offers interesting historical attractions, a vibrant culture, and plenty of things to see and do. Here is a list of 8 accessible attractions in Cincinnati:

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

Located just steps north of the line that was freedom for slaves during the 19th century, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is a must visit location in Cincinnati. Their mission is to reveal stories of freedom’s heroes in an inclusive museum experience.

Findlay Market

Nestled into the up and coming Over the Rhine neighborhood, the Findlay Market is the perfect place to grab lunch. Enjoy small boutiques and local shops all with adjacent accessible parking.

Cincinnati Reds

If you are visiting in the summer, you may want to check out Great American Ballpark for a Cincinnati Reds Game. The stadium offers great views of the river and downtown, and there are specifically designated wheelchair accessible seats.

Montgomery Inn

Montgomery Inn’s “World Famous BBQ” is well worth a visit. You can try their award-winning ribs at several different locations around town, which are all wheelchair accessible.

Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens

The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens are open year round. During the holiday season, thousands of guests visit for their “Festival of Lights” display. Wheelchair rentals are available for guests with limited mobility at the welcome center.

Northside

Visiting Cincinnati’s Northside neighborhood is a great way to spend an afternoon. Visitors can enjoy local coffee shops and browse bookstores and record shops. This part of town is also particularly flat and easy to navigate by wheelchair.

Jungle Jims

As one of the most famous grocery stores in the country, Jungle Jims is well worth the 15 mile drive out of town. The international market has over 180,000 products from around the world and has been featured on Good Morning America and the Food Network.

Cincinnati Art Museum

Admission to the Cincinnati Art Museum is always free, and there are hours worth of exhibits to see. Visitors can view everything from historic musical instruments to modern photography in their constantly changing exhibits. The museum has a dedicated accessible entrance and ramp.

With all the exciting things to see around Cincinnati, it is the perfect opportunity to rent an accessible vehicle from MobilityWorks. During the month of May, we are excited to offer 10% off Accessible Van Rentals * at our Cincinnati location. All MobilityWorks accessible rental vans come equipped with easy-to-use retractable tie-downs and can be rented for a day or weeks at a time. You also have peace of mind with our 24-hour emergency hotline in case of emergency.

Call today to make a reservation at 877.275.4915. Reservations also can be requested online at www.MobilityWorks.com/Wheelchair-Vans-for-Rent/