The Manzanar Interpretive Center, exhibits, movie, and restrooms are wheelchair accessible. The Interpretive Center has a wheelchair available for visitor use. The Interpretive Center also has a designated family restroom.
All of our video exhibits feature open captioning. Our 22 minute film, Remembering Manzanar, is captioned for the benefit of our visitors with hearing impairments. We also offer audio descriptive devices for use with Remembering Manzanar for visitors with visual impairments who would like to enjoy the movie.
The 3.2 mile auto tour around the site is drivable by most vehicles, including large motorhomes and vehicles towing trailers. A wheelchair accessible vault toilet is available at the cemetery, which is halfway around the auto tour.
Did You Know?
Ansel Adams photographed the camp and in 1944 published a book. It was poorly received and sparked protests at the time. The book, Born Free and Equal, has recently been republished.