NPS photo by Tom Markwardt
The Interpretive and Education Center, fort reconstruction, and the first floor of the Mount Washington Tavern are all wheelchair accessible.
There is a 200 yard paved trail from the Interpretive Center to the Fort. Wheelchairs are available for loan. Please ask at the desk.
The ramp from the parking lot to the Mount Washington Tavern winds around the building and is about 150 yards long. The second floor of the Mount Washington Tavern is not wheelchair accessible.
The picnic area, while handicapped accessible, does have some uneven terrain.
The orientation film is closed captioned. Audio programs on the exhibits in the Interpretive and Education Center are mirrored in the text.
Audio descriptions of the images in the orientation film are available. Ask at the front desk for the headset. Text in exhibits is large and high contrast. Text is mirrored and supplemented with audio programs.
Did You Know?
To increase speed, General Braddock split his army. The 1,200 men in the vanguard were severely routed by French and Indians from Fort Duquesne. Braddock died during the retreat and was buried in the road. More...