Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument strives to make history accessible to people with disabilities by removing barriers and providing opportunities. While the below covers most of our standard offerings, feel free to call or email our site with particular concerns or requests.
The main floor foyer and first floor historic exhibits and bookstore in the Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument are accessible to visitors in wheelchairs via a series of lifts. The first lift in the series is accessed from the 2nd Street entrance. Daily ranger talks are easily altered to cover the history of women’s suffrage within the first floor exhibits area. An accessible restroom is located on the main level.
ASL interpretation is available upon request at no charge. Please at least three weeks prior to your visit to make arrangements.
The five-minute introductory film is closed-captioned.
Last updated: August 23, 2018