Find and rate wheelchair accessible places – worldwide and free of charge.
Find wheelchair accessible restaurants, cafes, toilets, shops, cinemas, parking lots, bus stops and much more. The Wheelmap and OpenStreetMap communities have already rated about 1 million places! Ratings for another million places come from a growing number of partners such as Foursquare City Guide, Jaccede, AXSMap, HERE, Parkopedia, bahnhof.de, Mapy bez barier, etc. All in all, you can find accessibility reviews of more than 2,000,000 places on Wheelmap! More entries are added daily.
As with Wikipedia, you too can join in and contribute information about places worldwide. This is important, because in some regions of the world there are only a few entries at the moment. Help us improve the map: Rate the entrances and restrooms of public places according to their wheelchair accessibility and upload images of the places.
The 30 countries with the highest number of rated places are:
Germany (582,174), United States (277,194), India (258,992), France (161,486), South Africa (74,568), Canada (57,247), Czech Republic (53,888) United Kingdom (53,718), Austria (52,253), Italy (40,256), Australia (31,238), Spain (25,905), Algeria (24,657), Japan (21,503), Switzerland (20,820), Taiwan (15,300), Netherlands (15,030), Russian Federation (13,816), Hungary (13,186), Poland (13,056), United Arab Emirates (12,976), Turkey (11,180), Belgium (8,834), Brazil (8,070), Indonesia (7,765), Ukraine (7,495), Republic of Côte d'Ivoire (7,467), Mexico (7,449), Croatia (7,194).
Wheelmap is available in 32 languages. Your smartphone must be set to one of the following languages:
English (United States)
Find wheelchair accessible places even faster now. Add and rate places more easily.
The map view loads much faster when the app is started.
The app is available in 7 additional languages.
We have integrated more external data sources so that more places with more detailed information are displayed.
The search now allows the correct input of non-Latin characters.
You can use the filter options to search specifically for wheelchair accessible WCs.
We have improved the layout of the photo gallery. You can report inappropriate or incorrect photos.
In the menu item "Events" you can find mapping events in the Wheelmap community all over the world.
You can add new places by clicking on "Add new place", making a simple questionnaire appear. There you can answer additional questions about accessibility that are important for blind or deaf people. No registration is required.
Find a wheelchair accessible toilet nearest to a place.
The traffic light symbols now have different shapes. This is helpful for, amongst others, colour-blind people.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Howdy. I live in South Bend, IN, a medium little city with hundreds of businesses. What concerns me is that there are only 3 businesses that show up in my area with this app. Do we the people have to enter them in, or should more be showing up already? Help! Awesome idea for an app, just want more locations!
Can't log in
Opened account online. Confirmed via email. Updated settings online. Cannot login to app. Tried many times. No places come up. Do they once logged in- which is not possible.
But I can't seem to figure out how to register and log in. Registered with OpenStreet thing and then tried to use that login with Wheelmap. Didn't work. Got so twisted between the two that I gave up.
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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.