What can you offer to a handicapped person not able to walk far.
Oh and the wheelchairs are free, as is the bus.
They have plenty of wheelchairs, which is what my husband used. Easy to push him around and see the entire place. Plus they have a small bus to take people to different areas
I really can not remember what the walking paths were like. I do not remember having any problems and my parents were with us who are in their 70’s, However, I suggest that they contract the facility directly. They were very friendly and I am sure that they can provide you with the best information regarding your individual situation.
There's a minibus tour to the family cemetery that you could take. Cost $8. Several of the buildings house exhibits and are easily accessib!e. The cement outside walkways offer benches along the way. Some Wednesdays offer interesting lectures. Information about this is online.
We did not ride the tour trolley but this may be an option. I do agree with another reviewer the walkways are wide and there are resting areas along the way. I would suggest bringing a paper towel wipe if your wearing light clothing due to the pollen or dust.
As well as the easy navigable paths the inside galleries are also very accessible and there are benches through out the the gardens that you can sit and rest on and enjoy the views.
The walkways are concrete, so a wheelchair or or rolling walker would work just fine there.
They Have adult type strollers. Or you could bring a Wheelchair
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