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DK Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide: Boston by Patricia Harris, Jonathan Schultz, David Lyon

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Boston for Special Needs

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  1. Sources of information

    VSA Arts publishes Access Expressed!, a $20 guide to accessibility at arts venues, public buildings, and some hotels and restaurants. The basic database can also be searched online (www.accessexpressed.net). VSA Arts’ principal website (www.vsamass.org) lists a calendar of accessible arts events. The New England Index website (www.disabilityinfo.org) gives hundreds of sources of aid for the disabled.

    VSA Arts

    • 617 350 7713

    TTY

    • 617 350 6836

  2. Wheelchair access

    All facilities built or renovated since 1987 are legally required to provide wheelchair accessible ...

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