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Texas Spring Travel Inspiration

Spring travel in Texas

Whether you're making spring travel plans or just looking for some fun exhibits to explore on a weekend, here are the best sites to take your Premier Accessible Van rental this Spring.

1) The Houston Museum of Natural Science, Houston

Established in 1909 by the Houston Museum and Scientific Society, this museum receives over two million visitors per year. With wheelchair accessible routes as well as museum guidance if needed, the society's goal was to create a free institution focusing on education and science for all in the area.

Between the Cockrell Butterfly Center, the Burke Baker Planetarium, and the Wortham Giant Screen Theatre, the museum ranks just below New York's American Museum of Natural History regarding best educational attractions.

2) Morgan's Wonderland, San Antonio

Founded by philanthropist Gordon Hartman, who was inspired to make a park for his daughter to take part in every attraction possible -- Morgan's Wonderland is one of the only parks of its kind. It's designed specifically for those with disabilities. Jump into the sensory village, interactive videos, a stable that holds two mechanical horses, create a symphony at the Fix-It workshop, go off-roading in the outdoor adventure ride and so much more.

The park's 1930's style "Wonderland Express" train has specifically designed wheelchair ramps to take a tour of the whole park. Hungry? Grab something to eat at the picnic place and enjoy a stroll through one of their many magical gardens.

3) Texas State Aquarium, Corpus Christi

At the Texas State Aquarium, you will find many educational and thrilling exhibits to explore. All wheelchair accessible, with assistance, if needed, the Aquarium is a site that will have you chatting about for the rest of the week!

From the 400,000-gallon saltwater Dolphin Bay exhibit, the moon jellies and sea nettles, and the 200-mile-long coral reef exhibit in the Gulf of Mexico (conveniently in the aquarium's backyard), the aquarium will keep you entertained for hours.

4) The Bullock Texas State Museum, Austin

Whether it is a tour through the exhibits or an IMAX showing, the Bullock Museum located in the center of downtown Austin goes out of its way to accommodate patrons with disabilities.

Take a deep dive into Texas history with the rodeo exhibit, and their latest floor hands-on exhibit "Becoming Texas" - showcasing over 16,000 years of history from the sunken treasure in the Gulf to modern-day explorers.

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