Accessibility

Visitors with hearing loss:

Visitors have park waysides, park handouts and self-guided tour signs (on weekends) and the internet for information about the park. Rangers are able to modulate their voice volume during tours, but a sign language speaker(?) is available from the regional office with enough notice from visitors. The upstairs video tour of Tao house is closed captioned, and is available with personal amplifiers.

Blind/Low vision:

Park wayside exhibits are in large fonts for easy reading. A park audio (cell?) tour is currently being produced for outside of Tao house. Large print uni-grids of Eugene O'Neill NHS are available.

Intellectual disability:

All tours are led with the visitor (s) in mind. Park Rangers are able to adapt to visitor interpretive needs.

Learning disability:

All tours are led with the visitor (s) in mind. Park Rangers are able to adapt to visitor interpretive needs.

Sign-Language

Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site is dedicated to providing a rich experience for all visitors, and we are happy to offer sign language interpretation for public programs upon request. Because we do not have a sign language interpreter on staff, please contact the park with your request at least two weeks in advance of your visit, or when you’re making your tour reservation.

Last updated: March 31, 2017

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Eugene O'Neill NHS
P.O. Box 280

Danville, CA 94526

Phone:

(925) 838-0249 x6320

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