- All of the city’s downtown parks are accessible.
- Miles of waterfront, the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, and regional parks (including Minnehaha Falls) are accessible.
- More than seven miles of the skyway are accessible.
Many of our attractions are accessible. Check out this guide to accessible spots in the metro area from Pediatric Home Service.
Paratransit transportation: Metro Mobility offers door-to-door public transportation for persons with disabilities. To access Metro Mobility as a Twin Cities visitor, call 651-602-1111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Van rental: Cummings Mobility provides rentals of wheelchair- and scooter-accessible vans. For more information, call 651-633-7887.
Shuttle and taxi service:
Minneapolis Convention Center
- All entrances in the front of the MCC have at least one set of power-assisted doors.
- There are three unisex single-wheelchair restrooms.
- Wheelchair seating and sound enhancement tools are available in the auditorium.
- From the skyway, people can reach the first level of the MCC via accessible elevators and escalators.
- Wheelchairs can negotiate walkways that are carpeted (no padding) with a depth of less than one half-inch of closely woven pile. In uncarpeted areas, the flooring is terrazzo tile.
- The marshalling yard in the rear of the MCC may be used for raised van parking.
Hotels, Dining, and Attractions
Credits: Header Image, Bus accessibility credit Metro Transit