Toronto accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays


Toronto is a classy world-class city with a cosmopolitan mixture of great shopping, excellent dining, and rich culture.

At the same time, Toronto atmosphere is that of a small, safe and friendly town, with happy residents who enjoy being part of a dynamic community where something new is always happening.

Toronto is also an excellent destination for visiting for travellers with a disability. You will find many businesses and attractions that make their facilities accessible for everyone, including those who use a wheelchair.

Disabled Friendly Activities in Toronto

CN Tower

Address: 01 Front St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2T6, Canada
The CN Tower is Toronto’s tallest and most representative landmark. Dare to walk on air or more precise across the glass floor 113 stories above the ground.

A trip to CN Tower is not complete without a meal at one of the three restaurants. Way up there is an award-winning fine dining Restaurant: The 360.

In addition, there is the Horizons an upscale bistro or the casual Le Café that can satisfy every appetite.

Toronto Islands

Take a 10-minute ferry ride to a world of quiet urban utopia. There is something for everyone at the Toronto Islands: a children’s amusement park, the wheelchair friendly Centre Island beach with large picnic areas, bike paths and amazing gardens. In addition, you can relax at the petting zoo, Far Enough Farm.

Royal Ontario Museum

Address: 100 Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C6, Canada

The Royal Ontario Museum offers a whole world to explore. With more than six million objects in its collections, divided into 40 different galleries there’s something new to discover around every corner.

The museum offers informative and up-to-date exhibits on everything; you can stand beside famous dinosaurs or explore one of the tombs of Ming dynasty.

In addition, you can admire the museum’s daring exterior. This wheelchair friendly museum has developed an accessibility plan in order to remove any barriers for travellers with disabilities.

The Museum is easily accessible; it offers wheelchair lifts, available to people using their own wheelchairs or the ones offered by the museum.

Accessible Accommodations in Toronto

Seeking accessible holiday rentals in Toronto or simply want to know that there are good hotels, apartments or cottages where you can break your journey along the way? Seek and you shall find a range of vacation rentals in the accessible Toronto.

You will also have a large range of accommodations that provide easy accessibility for those with a disability or for those using a wheelchair.

Hence many short and long-term hotels, apartments and cottages are available on the ground floor. Many also have ramps and elevators. Start by choosing the level of accessibility you require.

Furthermore, our vacation rentals are wheelchair-friendly featuring disabled accessible bathrooms with roll-in showers, hoists or step-free access.

Book in advance to choose from the widest range of accessible accommodations. Do not contact via e-mail: or on the phone: +44 1550 400022 (UK)

Getting around Toronto-Accessible Transportation

From the airports to the excellent inner and outer city public transportation, Toronto makes it easy to get around.

Many buildings including the airport have several highly visible elevators which provide easy access for air passengers arriving in Toronto.

From the airport, you can also grab a taxi, many of which can transport a wheelchair or other equipment. In addition, busses have dedicated seating for those with a disability.

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