A wheelchair accessible trip to Lancaster, PA
If you or someone you travel with uses a wheelchair, plan your next trip to Lancaster County, PA. Here, you’ll find a plethora of things to do, places to stay, restaurants, and more that are wheelchair accessible.
Start your day with a delicious breakfast from Agape Café & Grill in Ronks, PA. Their countertops are lowered making them easy to reach or to order from if you’re getting a bite to-go. They also offer accessible seating in their dining area. Agape accepts call ahead seating so if you want to be sure a table is ready with the space you need, just give them a ring! The restaurant is attached to Beautiful Home Interiors, an aesthetic store full of the perfect gift and home décor items.
If you’re out in the Strasburg area and looking for another dining option, Speckled Hen Coffee is an accessible coffee shop that specializes in craft coffee and artisan food. It’s a quaint and cozy spot to enjoy a delicious brunch and a warm cup of coffee.
Agape has such great food, atmosphere and its easy to navigate-Alex Allen [@alexallenm]
Head over to Kitchen Kettle Village where you can shop and dine at their 40+ unique options. The village pathways are paved and accessible for people who use wheelchairs. Most of the shops have lowered countertops and those that have hard-to-reach items, have helpful staff available to assist. You’ll want to carve out about two hours to explore the Village. It's like a treasure hunt with everything from hand carved signs to handmade quilts, to Brighton leather goods, UGG boots and so much more.
Barry’s Car Barn, just a short distance from The Village, is a must-visit when in Intercourse. The Barn is filled with 70s, 60s, and 50s American muscle cards, kept in pristine condition. There is a ramp leading up to the entrance, wide aisles between the cars on display and lowered information stands.
It was my first time here, and it's such a cute spot. It was accessible and so fun to marvel at all the vintage cars-Alex Allen [@alexallenm]
For a truly relaxing experience, book a spa service at Serenity Day Spa. Choose from a variety of spa services including massage, facials, manicures and pedicures. The spa is located inside the Best Western Intercourse hotel and the entrances and hallways are wheelchair accessible. Their expert staff is prepared to pamper you in relaxation and rejuvenation.
End your day with leisure shopping at Tanger Outlets. Each store’s layout varies, however, many of the stores are easy to navigate in a wheelchair. The paved and covered pathways make moving from shop to shop seamless.
Café specializing in craft coffee and artisan food located on Main Street in Historic Strasburg, PA. Speckled Hen offers a delicious scratch-made menu...
Kitchen Kettle Village is a place for sharing laughter, carving out family time & relishing a Lancaster County experience. For over 65 years...
Take a trip down memory lane with Barry's collection of American muscle cars from the 50s, 60s, and 70s (along with a few...
Think Outlets. Think Tanger.Great outlet shopping right here in Lancaster with over 65 brand name stores featuring Brook's Brothers, Gap, Nike, Pottery Barn...
Upon entering the doors, get lost in the serenity of our soothing surroundings, uplifting scents and soft music filling the air. As you...