Lovely visit and somewhat wheelchair friendly. I was there back in 1992…we were able to see more of the estate at that time. It’s 130 plus per person. The trees were beautiful. Wheelchair patrons can visit the first two floors. You miss out on so much, but I was glad to be there for the trees….
On of the few true wheelchair friendly stops we had on our trip. We were so happy to finally have one!
The local Police were out when we stopped on our road trip. My husband had to ask if he could go up….and if we could pull the van in so I wouldn’t have to get out of the van. It was a fun stop! We would love to stop into some of the buildings next time.
Loved driving down this highway….on a few of the trails we stopped by I could get my chair out and hit some of the trails. It is always nice when we find hiking trails that are accessible!
This is not a wheelchair museum to visit. My husband and I stopped there last year. I was unable to go up the steps. I didn’t have to pay but…
It will a no where to be seen!
This thrift is no where to be found…MIA.
We did this trip last week. It is beautiful, but I wouldn’t start it until Santa Barbara. We were stuck in traffic out of LA for hours. What should have taken 2 hours took 5. I’ve done this trip a couple of times. The traffic was horrendous this time. In BIG Sur area there was a life taking accident. The turns are tight and the cliff drop is huge. Be careful and pay attention. It is beautiful….I’d start up north and head south for more coastal stops. We couldn’t make so many because there was no parking and more.
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Closed this year until a later date. I’ve always wanted to go here for 20 plus years. Covid will be over someday.I will be back.