We recognize that 18th-century architecture may present difficulties for those with physical disabilities and are working hard to ensure guests with disabilities have a wonderful and inclusive experience. Discounted Colonial Williamsburg Single-day and Multi-day admission tickets and Annual Passes (50% off) are available at on-site ticketing centers. Interpreters in the Historic Area will be glad to provide directions to accessible areas, and we are prepared to make accommodations, including special parking arrangements, as needed. Our Visitor Center, hotels, restaurants, and shops are largely accessible and we have provided recommended itineraries for making the most of your visit (Download Accessibility Guide PDF).
Service animals are permitted in all buildings.
Closed-captioned televisions are available at the Williamsburg Inn, Williamsburg Lodge, Williamsburg Woodlands Hotel & Suites, and Governor’s Inn. Battery-operated strobe light fire alarms, TDD machines, amplifier handsets, and shake-awake alarm clocks are available at all hotel front desks.
A printed synopsis of the orientation film Williamsburg—The Story of a Patriot is available at the Visitor Center, as are headsets with adjustable volume control. The East Theater has a rear-screen projection system that allows guests to see a captioned version of the film. Please ask the usher for assistance.
The King’s Arms Purdie Kitchen, Shields, and Chowning’s taverns have ramps and ADA accessible restrooms.
Please consult the individual descriptions of Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Buildings, restaurants, hotels, shops, and other facilities when planning your visit. Most Colonial Evening Performances take place in the historic buildings. Please check accessibility before purchasing separate tickets for these performances and other special events.