I'm not wheelchair bound but have very limited mobility. How to have a good sightseeing experience in San Francisco?
Where are you staying ? How do you plan on moving Around to say restaurants ? How long are you here. Thanks to the ADA most attractions are accessible
Perhaps a tour like Dylan’s can be a good way to see SF and then you can use MUNI or Uber to get around
Several visitors have rented mobility scooters. That may be something for you to consider.
if you have a disability placard for car bring it with you you can park at meters free and close to everything,even on sunday when they shut some parking lots,muir woods is worth seeing,golden gate park near de young museum is a nice area,i used to like baker beach but its to crowded now,ocean beach is bigger so less crowded,its a nice walk fishermans waif, you couldwalk about a quarter of the way over golden gate bridge,i never see it metioned on trip advisor,hyde st pier has some old ships and its good for young or old
For a tour, look into On the Level, they do city tours geared for the mobility-impaired. Although if you don't use a chair, any of the small van tours like Dylan's should also work. Even if they stop for a photo stop, you don't generally walk far, and you might even be able to stay with the van. All transportation except the cable cars is accessible. You can also use Lyft/taxis/Uber to get around.
"i never see it metioned on trip advisor,hyde st pier has some old ships and its good for young or old"
I'm not sure I would advise the Hyde Street Pier for anyone with limited mobility. A lot of those boats have some pretty steep stairways and ladders you need to go up and down if you want to see anything.
Agree with taking a small van your like Dylan's.
We have a relative with a mobility scooter who visits us many summers. She has a fabulous time each visit, both sightseeing and shopping (she loves Ross/Marshall's/TJ Maxx/Nordstrom Rack 😀).Edited: 17 June 2018, 02:10