Petra Visitor Center & The Treasury
The museum in the Visitor Center is wheelchair accessible (but it is not equipped for people with visual impairment) and has several accessible bathrooms available, which is something not very common in Jordan. To reach the treasury, you have the option of riding golf carts that would drive you through the Siq directly to the Treasury. Unfortunately, the golf carts are not wheelchair accessible and some of people will need to be carried on to them and have their wheelchairs stowed in the back of the cart. The golf carts must be reserved ahead of time and cost around $110 (USD) for two people to go down to the Treasury and back.
If you wish to opt out of riding the golf carts to have the full experience of the Siq and walk to the Treasury, it is a rough journey but definitely worth it. The terrain to the treasury varies in difficulty. It is helpful to have someone with you to assist you if you are a wheelchair user. At some points, it is paved and easy to be pushed on but at other points it is soft sand or huge rocks that needed extra strength to get through or be lifted over.
Unfortunately, there are no guides trained to tour people with hearing or visual impairment thtought the Visitor Center or The Treasury. You would need to arrange this on your own.
Entrance Fees: 1 JOD for Jordanians, 50 JOD for tourists, free for Jordan Pass holders.