There is ample parking in front and behind the venue. One designated accessible space in the front. Also accessible via public transportation.
This is a new venue still testing out options for accessible seating areas, and it may also vary based on expected crowd activity. They have ropes they can move to section off an area and are super flexible about helping meet people's needs, especially as they work to establish something more permanent.
Lots of restaurant seating available and you can move a chair wherever you need it. If all the restaurant chairs are taken there are extras in the back if you ask a staff member.
No accommodations currently established.
Large accessible stalls. At time of visit, main restroom doors only open inwards and the hallway inside is the width of the door so once inside it can be difficult for mobility device users to open the door to get out. Venue is looking into getting hinges that allow the doors to swing open either direction.
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