Times Square

1 hour

Open Tour

Wheeling trough Times Square
Dogs pose for a picture
Little dog in Times Square
Streets are paved and wheelchair accessible
Times square at night

Experience description

Whenever we think of the busy, fast and even crazy city of New York, Times Square comes to mind. It is the busiest theatre district in the world, busy enough to be totally lit in the middle of the night. Huge billboards and the best when it comes to shopping, this is th...Whenever we think of the busy, fast and even crazy city of New York, Times Square comes to mind. It is the busiest theatre district in the world, busy enough to be totally lit in the middle of the night. Huge billboards and the best when it comes to shopping, this is the square that never sleeps.

Although streets can get really crowded, places to visit are wheelchair accessible and curbs are wheelchair friendly. We recommend you getting there by bus or taxi since it is very difficult to park.

Accessibility. What to expect?

  • Places

    Places visited are all wheelchair accessible and can be navigated independently

    There are smooth floors and pathways

  1. Starting point: Times Square

  2. 1

    Times Square

    Flexible

  3. End point: Times Square

Free

No extra fees

Accessibility guaranteed

Worry-free travel

Keeping you safe during COVID-19

  • Cleaning measures

    Enhanced cleaning protocol

  • Safety measures

    Local authorities safety protocols followed by all staff members

  • Social distancing measures

    Social distancing measures in place

    What's included

  • Admission

    What's not included

  • Assistants

  • Equipment rental

  • Ground transportation

  • Insurance

Important information

  • Spoken language(s): English.

  • Travel insurance is not included but an appropriate insurance based on your personal needs is highly recommended.

Policies

Cancellation and modification policies differ depending on the chosen activities. Please click here to check out the policies that apply to your selection.

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