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As the birthplace of the Civil Rights movement, home of the “Real Thing” and with a wheelchair-accessible transportation system, Atlanta is a great place to visit. Many of the main attractions are located close to each other, so you can easily shuttle between them.
Accessible Highlights

Recommended Itinerary

48 Hours in Atlanta
There are plenty of big and busy attractions in Atlanta, but for those looking to get away from the crowds, think slightly off the beaten (although accessible) path and check out some of this vibrant Southern city’s other must-do sights and sounds.
Midtown Atlanta skyline at dusk rising over Lake Clara Meer at the 2014 Dogwood Festival at Piedmont Park.
Top Accessible Hotels

Top 10 Accessible Hotels in Atlanta
As the gateway to the south, and home to the world’s busiest airport, there’s no shortage of places to stopover in Atlanta. With many of the city’s attractions located in the downtown area, it’s an ideal spot to stay for the weekend, a family trip or romantic break.
Mandarin Oriental Atlanta
Top Accessible Attractions

Top 10 Accessible Attractions in Atlanta
As the birthplace of the Civil Rights movement, home of the “Real Thing” and with a wheelchair-accessible transportation system, Atlanta is a great place to visit. Many of the main attractions are located close to each other, so you can easily shuttle between them.
Evening streetscape on Peachtree Street in Midtown at 12th St
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