Scooter-Friendly Attractions In Atlanta

Who doesn’t love Atlanta? It’s a city that has everything you need from dining to entertainment and more! We have provided you with our top recommendations for scooter-friendly attractions in Atlanta!


Atlanta Botanical Garden

This is one of the top gardens in the southeastern US! The Atlanta Botanical Gardens has over 30 acres flora and foliage for you to explore! The attraction also features the Cascades Gardens, Edible Garden, and a Japanese garden! There is also a Children’s garden for the kids that features a butterfly maze, treehouse, and splash fountain!


Fox Theatre

The Fox Theatre is one of Atlanta’s top historical venues for live entertainment. The Theatre has 4,665 seats and hosts more than 150 performances each year that range from Broadway shows to movies.

The theatre has a variety of accessible and companion seats which are located on the orchestra level. These seats are available on request and subject to availability. Additionally, a limited number of aisle seats have removable sides for easy transfer from your scooter to your seat. 


High Museum of Art

The High Museum is one of the leading art museum in the southeastern US and features more than 15,000 works of art in its permanent collection. 

All areas in the museum are accessible. The restrooms on all floors of the Susan and John Wieland Pavilion, all floors of the Anne Cox Chambers Wing and on the Atrium level of the Stent Family wing are accessible.


The Georgia Aquarium

We saved the best for last! The Georgia Aquarium is our favorite Atlanta attraction! The aquarium is the largest in the western hemisphere and is the second-largest in the world! The aquarium contains 10 million gallons of fresh and marine water and features tens of thousands of animals, including some that visitors can interact with.

The entire aquarium is accessible and scooter-friendly and has special viewing windows at designated exhibits – you can look for wheelchair emblems on the floor at designated exhibits for unblocked access to exhibit windows.

The touch pool at the entrance of the Cold Water Quest gallery has a special accessible entry. A staff member will provide guests in scooters and wheelchairs with a personal experience touching animals in this pool as well as at the shrimp touch pool in the Georgia Explorer gallery.


There are many options of things to do in Atlanta and we have only listed a few here! Contact us today to purchase a scooter that will be perfect for you to explore Atlanta and more!

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