85 Pike St; pikeplacemarket.org
Opened in 1907, the Market is packed with flower vendors, restaurants, specialty shops, and artists. Navigate it with the help of elevator access at multiple points.
1301 Alaskan Way; seattlegreatwheel.com
Take a spin on the West Coast’s largest observation wheel, which features a lift that allows wheelchairs to roll directly into the gondolas.
325 Fifth Ave N; mopop.org
The architects and designers of MoPOP worked with representatives from Seattle’s differently abled community to make sure that accessibility concerns wouldn’t interfere with enjoying the immersive pop-culture exhibits. Features include electric door openers at all entrances, indoor counters that are 34 inches high, and wheelchair-accessible seats in the Sky Church music venue.
400 Broad St; spaceneedle.com
See the spectacular views and revolving glass floor at Seattle’s most iconic landmark, thanks to a courtesy elevator at the entrance, elevator access between floors, and a custom-made set of stairs that seamlessly transforms into a wheelchair lift.
1483 Alaskan Way; seattleaquarium.org
The aquarium’s exhibits—covering everything from playful sea otters to the vibrant corals of the tropical Pacific—are mostly on one level and visible from a low perspective, and you can check out a wheelchair to help you see the sights with ease.
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