Accessible Attractions


  • Brandywine Zoo (Wilmington) : The Brandywine Zoo has wheelchairs and accessible parking available on a first-come, first-serve basis, but expect some slopes in the landscape. Sensory bags and equipment are available, and service dogs are welcome under the Department of Justice’s 2011 ruling and clarification of Americans with Disability Act. 
  • Go Ape Treetop Adventure (Bear) : With various activities such as zip-lining, axe throwing, a ropes course and more, Go Ape Treetop Adventure does have restrictions in place when it comes to age, height and weight but will do their best to accommodate all who meet restrictions. With advance notice, necessary safety equipment can be prepared as well as sign-language interpreters and additional escorts. Nemours EstateContact Go Ape at for more information! 


  • Mt. Cuba Center (Hockessin) : With accessible parking options, restrooms and more, this garden center is passionate about accessibility. Personal care assistants and service animals may enter for free, and free sensory bags and mobility devices are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. For more information, and to learn whether the trails will be best for you, please contact Mt. Cuba Center. 
  • Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library (Wilmington) : Winterthur Museum provides accessible parking options, free mobility devices and auxiliary aids. With advance notice, a sign-language interpreter can be available for your visit. Please visit their website to learn more about trails and paths and whether they may be best for you. Hagley Museum & Gardens
  • Nemours Estate (Wilmington) : The mansion of Nemours Estate is ADA compliant, as are paved roads that run through the property. Visit to explore beautiful architecture and gardens, no matter the season. 
  • Hagley Museum and Library (Wilmington) : Located at key points throughout the museum grounds are wheelchair accessible shuttles. Take a ride to explore the Visitor Center, historic powder yard and the historic garden and home.  
  • Delaware Art Museum (Wilmington) : With accessible parking and entrance options, as well as free wheelchairs and stools, the Delaware Art Museum is open to all and welcomes personal care assistants and service animals. Restrooms and water fountains are also wheelchair accessible. 
  • Auburn Valley State Park (Yorklyn) : Cross a historic bridge that is ADA compliant and visit the Steam Museum to step back in time and experience the automotive age. Auburn Heights Exterior
  • Air Mobility Command Museum (Dover) : Different sections of the museum and certain displays are wheelchair accessible, and service dogs are welcome. Visit for a chance to see World War II aircrafts and vintage airlift pieces. 
  • Biggs Museum of American Art (Dover) : This museum of American art and compelling collections is fully wheelchair accessible with accessible parking and elevators.  
  • Johnson Victrola Museum (Dover) : The first floor of this museum, highlighting the history of the Victor Talking Machine Company, is wheelchair accessible.  
  • Zwaanendael Museum (Lewes) : To learn of Lewes’ maritime, military and social history, visit the Zwaanendael Museum. The first floor is wheelchair accessible.