San Antonio Wheelchair Access Travel

San Antonio was founded during the Spanish Colonial Era. The Greater San Antonio metro area has a population of 2.5 million. San Antonio was named by a 1691 Spanish expedition for Saint Anthony of Padua, whose feast day is June 13. The city contains five 18th-century Spanish frontier missions, including The Alamo and San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, which together were designated UNESCO World Heritage sites in 2015. San Antonio is home to six Fortune 500 companies and the South Texas Medical Center, the only medical research and care provider in the South Texas region. San Antonio wheelchair access is of a high standard.

 

Attractions and Opportunities

Botanical Garden

Institute of Texan Cultures

Japanese Tea Garden

La Villita Historic Arts Village

Market Square

Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch

Riverwalk

San Antonio Museum of Art

San Antonio Zoo

The Alamo

Tower of The Americas

Witte Museum

Transport

Taxis

San Antonio has several taxi companies with accessible cabs. These include Yellow Cabs and San Antonio Wheelchair Taxi. Yellow Cab accessible taxis feature lowered floor entry access and passengers with wheelchairs measuring 31 inches or less do not need to transfer out of their wheelchair. When booking a ride, wheelchair users need to request an accessible cab.

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