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Destinations

City Accessibility Guides

Here at Blue Trunk we want to help take some of the stress out of travel. We know how much of a headache it can be to make travel plans with accessibility in mind, so we’ve created our City Accessibility Guides. These guides provide accessibility information about the city in general as well as local destinations including hotels, restaurants, tourist attractions, and more! 

 

If you’d like to add your business to these guides please check out our business information page to learn more. Published city guides will be updated monthly with new business listings. If there isn’t a guide for your city you can still sign up. Once we reach ten businesses in a city we will create a guide, so encourage your colleagues to sign up too!

Blue Trunk Destinations

Charlottesville, VA

Charlottesville is a small city nestled at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Steeped in history Charlottesville boasts two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the University of Virginia and Thomas Jefferson's Monticello. The historic Downtown Mall is a destination for tourists and locals alike, offering delicious restaurants, numerous music venues, and boutique shops. Surrounded by vineyards and breweries, Charlottesville has grown into a popular weekend getaway. The city is also a stone's throw away from the Shenandoah National Park. With its strong music scene, its rich history, its closeness to nature, and its flourishing food scene, Charlottesville has something for everyone.

 

Madison, WI

Madison is the state capitol of Wisconsin, situated between Lake Monona and Lake Mendota.  Its iconic domed capitol building accentuates the skyline, along with Frank Lloyd Wright’s Monona Terrace.  Spend your time browsing the shops and restaurants at the eclectic hubs of State Street, Monroe Street,  and Willie Street or join in on the excitement of sporting events at the University of Wisconsin. Surrounded by nature,  outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy one of the many hiking trails or a calming day of sailing on the lake. Madison also boasts the country's  largest producer-only farmers market, which is frequently ranked among the top markets in the United States.  Visit Madison to enjoy all that the city has to offer!