Handicap seating at the Woodstock Playhouse
Handicap seating at the Woodstock Playhouse

Handicap Information

Getting around Woodstock on wheels doesn’t have to be a hassle. Whether by scooter or wheelchair, or whether you have difficulty with heavy doors and need easy bathroom access, some buildings in town are more accessible than others. We’ve put together a list of locations with the most accessibility, ramps and other features for people with disabilities.


Meanwhile, you may want to read “Beware the Sidewalks,” [insert hyperlink] an article and guide to wheeling around Woodstock by our own Robin B. Fre, Come to Woodstock Handicap Ambassador, who gets around more than most people on her scooter.

Questions? Email Robin B Fre


Handicap

    • Animals
    • Art
    • Community
    • Festivals
    • Food
    • Health
    • Kids
    • Lodging
    • Motors
    • Real Estate
    • Services
    • Shopping
    • Sports
    • Workshops
    • Partially Handicap Accessible

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Feature photo by Mary Mullaney, Woodstock Playhouse

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