15 Best Places to Visit for Wheelchair Users in Los Angeles, California

places to visit in los angeles for wheelchair users

Los Angeles, the home of Hollywood, is known for its sunny weather and fabulous beaches. There are many places to explore but in order to have the perfect time or experience, a location should cater to all kinds of needs such as handicap accessibility.

You’re in luck because Los Angeles has several places that are wheelchair friendly. Places that are wheelchair friendly allow users to have the best experience without worrying about getting around. When planning your next vacation to Los Angeles, California (or if you’re a local Californian looking for wheelchair friendly places), visit these fun and exciting places listed below:

1. Gjusta (320 Sunset Ave, Venice, CA)

2. The Broad Museum ( 221 S Grand Ave (at 2nd Street), Los Angeles, CA)

3. Salt & Straw (1357 Abbot Kinney Blvd (California Ave), Los Angeles, CA)

4. Mendocino Farms (4724 Admiralty Way [between Mindanao Way & Fiji Way], Marina del Rey, CA

5. Sidecar Doughnuts & Coffee (631 Wilshire Blvd (at 7th St), Santa Monica, CA)

6. République (624 S LA Brea Ave (at 6th St), Los Angeles, CA)

7. In-N-Out Burger (various location throughout Los Angeles and Southern California)

8. Angelini Osteria (7313 Beverly Blvd [between Fuller Ave. and Poinsettia Pl.], Los Angeles, CA

9. Go Greek Yogurt (452 N Bedford Dr (at Santa Monica Blvd), Beverly Hills, CA)

10. SUGARFISH by sushi nozawa (212 N Canon Dr (at Clifton Way), Beverly Hills, CA)

11. Bottega Louie (700 S Grand Ave (at 7th St), Los Angeles, CA)

12. Ham Ji Park (3407 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA)

13. Perch (448 S Hill St (13th Floor), Los Angeles, CA)

14. Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant (704 S Alvarado St (at 7th St), Los Angeles, CA)

15. Philippe The Original (1001 N Alameda St (at Ord St), Los Angeles, CA)

For more information and reviews about the listed places, see more at: https://foursquare.com/top-places/los-angeles/best-places-handicap-accessible

Emma Louie