In Minneapolis, we welcome travelers of all abilities to experience our city. Minneapolis offers accessible options to fit every type of interest and need, including dining, attractions and events. We hope the following resources serve as a starting point to assist travelers with disabilities in planning a trip to Minneapolis.
Consider adding one of these popular attractions to your trip, many of which offer plenty of accessible options including wheelchair accessible spaces, American Sign Language (ASL) translations for Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing visitors and sensory-friendly performances or spaces.
Everything from the mini golf course to the Boardwalk was created with accessibility in mind. Can Can Wonderland is fun for all — no exceptions. The building location is spacious, and there are two entrances that are ADA compliant.
And see how the airport's Navigating MSP and other program work to help those flying with disabilities in this video:
Getting Around: Transportation Options
There are plenty of transportation options in Minneapolis for travelers with disabilities:
Metro Mobility: offers a door-to-door public transportation system for persons with disabilities. Call 651-602-1111 (TTY 651-221-9886) for more information.
Cummings Mobility: provides rentals of wheelchair and scooter accessible vans. For more information call 651-633-7887
Metro Transit: All buses and trains through Minneapolis’ public transportation system are accessible. Light-rail trains have step free-boarding and designated sections for customers using wheelchairs. All platforms are fully accessible. For additional information, call 612-373-3333 or visit Metro Transit'saccessibility page.
Driving Miss Daisy: Offer a complete line of wheelchair accessible vans with rear entry ramps, Para-lift equipped, and regular sedan vehicles to transport clients.
Minneapolis Convention Center Information
The MCC is highly accessible for people with disabilities and limited mobility. The facility includes locations for easy curbside drop-off along 2nd Ave., automatic building entrances, automatic 3rd Ave. Parking Ramp doors, and wheelchair-accessible elevators and bathrooms. You can see a full list of services offered and a 360 view of all entrances, parking, bathrooms and more here.
Minneapolis Accessibility Resources and Organizations