Beyond the Casino: Top Accessible Travel in Reno-Sparks, NV

If you're looking for excellent accessible travel experiences in the Silver State beyond casinos, Reno-Sparks has some wonderful choices. Here are our top picks for where to sightsee, stay, and spin your wheels in "The Biggest Little City in the World": Where to sightsee National Automobile Museum What I look forward to most on any … Continue reading Beyond the Casino: Top Accessible Travel in Reno-Sparks, NV

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe

Uplifting and informative, the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum is an accessible travel must. This collection of works by the "Mother of American modernism" exudes the empowering dynamics of a talented artist who learned the rules, and then unabashedly proceeded to reinvent them on her own terms with great commercial success - yeah, she rocked the 20th … Continue reading Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe

Neon Boneyard, Las Vegas

Sure, like so many others on mobility devices, we took in dinner and a show after cruising The Strip. (I got around easily in my Jazzy red power chair.) But, by far, the most interesting thing my husband Lou and I did in Las Vegas was to take a one-hour guided tour of the Neon … Continue reading Neon Boneyard, Las Vegas

Heard Museum, Phoenix

A friend told us about Phoenix’s Heard Museum over dinner. Intrigued, my husband and I went the very next morning, and were so glad we did. She was right: The museum’s collection of traditional and contemporary American Indian art (mostly southwestern) is simply superb. Each exhibit oozes quality over quantity. Great accessibility From the perspective … Continue reading Heard Museum, Phoenix