Free to Explore
There is certainly no shortage of things to do in Los Angeles. The city sprawls over 1,300 square kilometres.
Accessibility around the city sights is of a good standard, with Universal, Disney, Hollywood (including the Hollywood Bowl) and Rodeo Drive all being ADA compliant. West of downtown LA, you'll find Santa Monica with its famous beach, long flat boardwalk and the world-famous Santa Monica Pier. There are many wheelchair-friendly museums and galleries around the city too, as well as three large park areas to explore.
The buses and local train services are all accessible with ramps. There are several cab companies which offer sedans and wheelchair accessible vans for hire.