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The Page-Walker Arts & History Center is committed to making its programs and the facility accessible to people of all abilities.

Access

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The Page-Walker has three levels as well as outdoor gardens. All interior levels are accessible by elevator. Outdoor spaces are accessible by ramps.  The Page-Walker also has ADA-approved signage, handrails, and ramps to access the main entrances.

Drop-off & Parking

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A curb cut is located in front of the Page-Walker with a ramp for drop offs. Convenient on-grade handicap van-accessible parking spaces are available in three areas adjacent to the Page-Walker. Vehicles utilizing those spaces should display a handicap parking placard or plate. 

Restrooms

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There are wheelchair-accessible men’s and women’s restrooms available on the main floor and large wheelchair-accessible single-stall restrooms available on the upper floors. There is a wheelchair-accessible water fountain located on the main floor.

Sign Language Interpretation

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The Page-Walker can provide sign language interpretation for guests who require it. Please request this service at least 21 days in advance of the event.

 
Service Animals

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Service animals are welcome inside the Page-Walker Arts & History Center provided they remain on a leash or in a harness at all times. If you are bringing a service animal to an event, please notify the front desk staff when you arrive.

Guided Historic Tours for those with Special Needs

We are happy to provide custom group or individual tours of the Page-Walker for those with special needs. Call Jennifer Hocken at (919) 462-3963 to arrange.