As the 9th largest city in the U.S., it makes sense that there’s a whole lot to do when visiting Dallas. The city is deeply-rooted in Texan culture, and you’ll find plenty of friendly folks in cowboy hats and boots walking around. However, Dallas is also a cosmopolitan city with world-class dining and many fantastic attractions to check out. Plus, the city is home to five major league sports teams, so if you’re a fan you can create an itinerary based around sports alone.
Like most big U.S. cities, Dallas prides itself on being accessible, so you’ll be ale to get around just fine when using a mobility device. By booking a wheelchair or scooter rental with Scootaround in advance of your trip, you can be sure that mobility issues will not stop you from enjoying every moment in this vibrant city. Contact us to find out how we can meet your mobility needs in Dallas.
When visiting Dallas, Scootaround can provide equipment to help you get around the city a lot more easily. We have 1500 rental locations across North America, so wherever your travels take you, we can help 7 days a week. Call us at 1-888-441-7575 or email us, and we can arrange for your Dallas wheelchair or scooter rental to be waiting at your hotel on arrival.
Dallas is huge a city with plenty going on. Whether you’re attending the State Fair of Texas, a Dallas Cowboys game, touring the Dallas Museum of Art, or checking out the JFK assassination site, you won’t be bored. Here are some accessible Dallas attractions that should be included on the itinerary of anyone visiting the city for the first time:
These are just some of the attractions serviced by Scootaround. If you would like to enquire about renting mobility equipment in another location please call us at 1-888-441-7575 or email us.
If you’re driving to Dallas and have a disability parking permit from another state or country, you do not need to apply for a temporary permit during your stay. Non-expired disability placards and plates from other states and countries are honored by Texas. Disability placards/permits or tags allow you to park in any parking space designated for a disabled person. You’ll find valet parking is available at most hotels and restaurants, which is also helpful.
I have used Scootaround 3 or 4 times and really enjoyed it. I would recommend it to anyone.
My Sister and I are thinking of going back to Disneyland in December and back East for the Fall Colors in 2015.M. Thomas
The rental was the best. I made my arrangements by phone. When I arrived at the Disney Hotel, I stopped at the Bell desk and picked up my scooter. When we were finished with our stay just parked it at the Bell desk.
It made my trip so effortless. I will do this again.D. Brown
You have great equipment!! It works well and everything one needs is included. Delivery and pick-up have been very smooth.J. Florito
I have always been pleased with your service and have used Scootaround several times.
It's so convenient and the scooters are in wonderful working condition.V. Rogers
It was wonderful to be able to get around so easily.
Sometimes when it is really crowded people get inpatient with us. But the majority of people are kind. Having the use of a scooter makes it a lot of fun and easier to keep up with the grankids.P. Lockwood
Excellent assistance when making the reservation. It was delivered as promised and fully charged.
Very happy with the service!!V. Thomas
The rental was awesome. By the time I got to hotel it was there. When I left I just left it in the front office. No problem whatsoever !!O. Baldazo
Love exploring the natural world? Dallas World Aquarium might be the place for you. The aquarium was set up to aid conservation and education by housing endangered animals, including monkeys, jaguars, penguins, and many other species you wouldn’t expect to find in an aquarium. The lush and green upper level of the aquarium is designed to replicate the Orinoco Rainforest, while the bottom level houses sea animals from around the world.
There are various educational opportunities throughout the day at the aquarium, some of which allow you to get closer to the animals and learn how staff care for them. While there, you can also dine at Eighteen-O-One, an on-site restaurant that offers food from different regions of the world.
The aquarium is wheelchair accessible and compliant with ADA guidelines. Because it covers a large area, we advise bringing a mobility aid or arranging a rental in advance of your visit.
AT&T Stadium is not only the home of the Dallas Cowboys, it’s also the world’s largest domed structure, an art museum, and a classroom. The stadium offers four different tours daily, including an art tour, VIP guided tour, self-guided tour, and an educational tour. Take an afternoon to throw the ball on the field, or admire works of art displayed throughout the stadium.
It goes without saying that touring the world’s largest domed structure can take hours. Renting a scooter or electric wheelchair will ensure you see as much of the stadium as possible. AT&T Stadium is fully accessible, with features such as an accessibility shuttle service, accessible seating, and restrooms.
The GeO-Deck is 470 feet above the ground, providing an impressive view of Dallas’ skyline. Equipped with powerful telescopes and high definition zoom cameras, the deck allows visitors to see intricate details in the streets and even in café windows. Grab a bite at the Cloud Nine Café, where you can enjoy a meal or snack with a view. This is such a fantastic way to start your Dallas trip, as you can get a feel for the layout of the city, which will help you get your bearings for the rest of your trip.
The GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower is completely wheelchair accessible. You can access each level and the café with a wheelchair, and there is handicapped parking in the lot. The GeO-Deck is open 10 a.m. - 10 p.m., and the last elevator goes up 30 minutes prior to close.
American history buffs cannot miss this attraction. Located on the sixth and seventh floor of an early 20th-century warehouse, The Sixth Floor Museum chronicles the legacy and assassination of John F. Kennedy. After the assassination of President Kennedy, a “sniper’s nest” and three empty rifle shells were found on the sixth floor of this building. Temporary exhibits are featured on the seventh floor.
The museum offers a self-guided cell phone tour of Dealey Plaza and the surrounding historical sites, including the John F. Kennedy Memorial. The Sixth Floor Museum is wheelchair accessible and has an accessible entrance at the northwest corner.
Travelling to a conference or other event in Dallas? Here's a short list of confirmed events where you can rent Scootaround mobility equipment.
Don't see your event? Contact us at 1-888-441-7575 or firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to assist you.