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The greater Seattle area is host to many wonderful Zoos and Museums, and we are excited to share accessibility information here!

Woodland Park Zoo

Mobility, Vision, Hearing, and Sensory/Autism Accessible

Accommodations offered for sensory difficulties, low vision, blindness, deafness, hard of hearing and mobility impairments.

Woodland Park Zoo is free of most physical barriers and obstacles. For complete details on sensory considerations, bathrooms, getting involved at the zoo, and more please download the Accessibility Guide. This includes a map describing trail conditions and accessibility features to make your visit as enjoyable as possible.

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5th Avenue Theatre

Mobility, Vision, and Hearing Accessible

The 5th Avenue Theatre offers a variety of accessibility services to our patrons. If you have any questions or concerns, please call 206.625.1900 or 1.888.584.4849. We welcome your feedback and suggestions for enhancing these services.


Museum of Pop Culture

Mobility, Vision, Hearing, and Sensory Sensitive/Autism Accessible

Accommodations offered for sensory difficulties, low vision, blindness, deafness, hard of hearing and mobility impairments.

The Museum of Pop Culture strives to be accessible for all visitors and provides a variety of support services to assist your visit.


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Pacific Science Center

Mobility, Vision and Sensory Sensitive/Autism Accessible

Accommodations offered for sensory difficulties, low vision, blindness and mobility impairments.

Pacific Science Center is dedicated to offering accessibility for all our guests and making your visit both comfortable and memorable. We encourage you to approach any staff member with questions – they are easy to spot in Pacific Science Center shirts and badges and eager to help. We also invite you to visit the Information Desk in Building 1 where our Guest Services team can assist you.


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