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Accessibility

Town Hall is committed to accessibility for audiences and artists alike. Read our detailed Accessibility Statement here.

ADA Seating

All spaces within our building have seats reserved for those with ADA needs. The Forum and other event spaces have variable seating, and the Great Hall has fixed accessible seating, shown on the map.

ADA seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. If you have a specific accommodation request, please contact access@townhallseattle.org.

Restrooms

Town Hall has restrooms for all genders and bodies. Our building features 17 all-gender restrooms on our lobby level, as well as ADA-accessible restrooms on the lobby and Forum level.

Hearing Loop

Our Hearing Loop system has been installed in all three of our performance spaces. Hearing Loop enables audience members with T-coil hearing aids to experience our events at full volume by having sounds from the stage’s microphones transmitted directly to their hearing aids. Headsets are available at the Box Office desks and are free to use; please check in with a staff member to borrow a headset before the event.

Program Accessibility and Livestreaming

Town Hall-produced programs offer ASL and CART services by request. Captions are available for all video content in our YouTube media library. We do our best to honor livestream requests, pending staffing and permission from speakers and publishers. Contact access@townhallseattle.org to request accessibility services, ask questions, or to let us know what other accommodation you need to participate fully. Please provide at least 2 weeks’ advance notice when requesting CART and Livestreaming, and at least 4 weeks’ notice when requesting ASL. 

Service Animals

Town Hall welcomes certified service animals on all levels of our building. No other animals are permitted.

Access for Speakers & Staff

Town Hall is ADA accessible for presenters, performers, and staff. All backstage and back-of-house areas are accessible for all bodies. For more information or specific inquiries, please contact access@townhallseattle.org.

 

 

Illustrated accessible seating map for the Great Hall

Economic Accommodations

Town Hall believes that everyone deserves access to fresh ideas, and all Town Hall-produced programs are free for everyone age 22 and under. If cost poses a barrier to your attendance at one of our events, please contact us at patronservices@townhallseattle.org

Please note that Town Hall does not dictate ticket prices for organizations renting our stages. Our ticketing structure and free youth tickets do not extend to programs produced by rental partners.

 

Need more information?

We are here to help!
Contact patron services at (206) 504-2857 or contact us online.

Patron Services phone lines are open from 12-4pm Tuesday through Friday and one hour before each event.

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