Discounts, accessibility make Busch Gardens Tampa a good choice for visitors in a wheelchair
Published: August 4, 2013 at 5:48 PM
There are two rides that you can take the wheelchair with you: one is the train ride around the park. The space for the wheelchair gives you the same good views of the animals at the Serengeti than the regular seats. For a closer look at the animals, take the Serengeti Safari; you go on an open air vehicle (that is wheelchair accessible) around the Serengeti Plain. You will have the opportunity to feed the giraffes. The Safari is not included in the park's admission.
The rest of the park offers other animals' exhibitions, live shows, and a 4D theater. All of them are wheelchair accessible. The tiger exhibition's best spots to see them very close through the domes are not wheelchair accessible. If going to Sesame Street Safari of Fun, be careful with the toddlers who love to get under the wheelchair; NEVER go backwards unless you are sure there is no toddler behind you.
Overall, Busch Gardens Tampa is a good destination for everyone.