I took several cruises with my elderly in-laws. In my personal experience, the ships are very accommodating for seniors who use canes, walkers, and wheelchairs.
Limited mobility vacations can include beaches! Many have places to rent beach wheelchairs for easier access.
Many bus tours are accessible for seniors with limited mobility. They combine both entertainment and history all in one organized trip!
Trains are another great way to sightsee in places you might not otherwise be able to visit. Try one in Alaska or Canada or the backroads in Colorado.
Try out culinary classes in a new city, play adaptive golf, take a fishing tour, or even try golf cart tours or wheelchair accessible tours!
Is the theater your thing? Head to Broadway in New York City, or Branson, MO, or Las Vegas and see a show! Check out the other local sights while you're in town.
Most big cities have botanical gardens, with smooth paths and elevators to different levels. Some also have accessible areas for sight-challenged visitors, such as the botanical gardens in Montreal, Canada.
Vacations for seniors with limited mobility may take a little more planning, but they can be just as memorable as you want to make them! Visit our website for more limited mobility vacation ideas, plus tips for seniors and caregivers about aging in place safely.