Accessibility

The National Constitution Center is committed to making its facilities, exhibitions, and programs accessible for all audiences.

To allow us to better serve you, please notify the National Constitution Center of any special needs you or a member of your group may have when making your reservation at 215-409-6700.

Assistive Listening Systems

Assistive listening systems are available for the Constitution Center’s Town Hall programs located in the F.M. Kirby Auditorium and the Grand Hall Overlook free of charge. Advance notice is not required; simply notify an usher when you arrive.

Opened Captioning

Opened captioning is provided for the Freedom Rising performance and for videos and interactives throughout the Constitution Center’s exhibitions. For the Freedom Rising performance, please notify the usher when you arrive at the Kimmel Theater and they will assist you.

Parking

Designated spaces are available in the National Constitution Center parking garage for persons with disabilities. The garage entrance is lcoated on Race Street between 5th and 6th Streets.

Sign Language Interpretation

The Constitution Center provides sign language interpretation free of charge for visitors to its main exhibition and Town Hall programs. Arrangements must be made at least two weeks in advance of your visit. To make a reservation, please call 215-409-6700. For groups of 20 or more, please call 215-409-6800 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Service Animals

Service animals are welcome in the building.

Wheelchair Accessibility

All National Constitution Center entrances and public spaces are accessible to wheelchair users. Elevators are located throughout the building. Wheelchairs for use within the Constitution Center are available free of charge on a firstcome, first serve basis at the Information Desk.