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Accessible City

Seattle ensures accessibility for all

From city institutions and attractions to museums and theaters, Seattle’s community has invested in programs and features that strive to make everyone feel welcome and comfortable while they get around and experience the best the Emerald City has to offer. Discover inspiration, resources, and first-hand experiences through this hub of featured articles and blog posts.

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Accessible Seattle Experiences

Visitors of all abilities will find accessible ways to experience Seattle whether it be exploring the beautiful outdoors, the local arts and culture scene, or world-class attractions.

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Airport Accessibility

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) strives to make your travel experience as easy, safe, and comfortable as possible. The airport is fully equipped with special access facilities to provide all with a safe, convenient means of getting around.

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Featured Article

Exploring Seattle with a Vision Impairment

Visitors who are blind or who have limited vision can enjoy a rich, vibrant experience in Seattle thanks to the city’s accessible attractions and welcoming community.

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A photo of two people walking next to the Seattle Spheres. The person on the left has a short sleeve green polo and khaki pants on. The person on the right has a green long sleeve button up with a white t-shirt and khaki pants on. The person on the right holds the harness for a yellow colored guide dog.

Paul and Matthew Castle with guide dog Maple at the Amazon Spheres Jordan Nicholson

EnChroma Glasses

In 2022, Visit Seattle partnered with EnChroma to supply special glasses to help people with red-green color blindness experience the beauty of Refract: The Seattle Glass Experience. Visitors can now find these glasses at museums and studios across the city, and use them to enjoy Seattle’s vibrant arts and culture. Disclaimer: EnChroma does not cure color blindness.

EnChroma glasses being used at Chihuly Garden and Glass.

EnChroma Participants

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