The Eiffel Tower website says that people with reduced mobility cannot access the top floor of the Tower. My son has trouble with stairs, but is not in a wheelchair, so I'm wondering if he could still go up. Are there stairs involved? If not, does anyone know the reason that they state people with reduced mobility can't access the top floor.
Also, there is a reduced price ticket for 1st and 2nd levels. It says you have to produce a "disability card". I'm guessing this would only appy to EU residents, since such a thing doesn't exist in the United States? Are there any US visitors out there that have been able to take advantage of the disabled rate?
Thanks in advance for all help.