Guide for Persons with Disabilities
ACCESSIBILITY – The Indiana Convention Center is an ADA-compliant facility. Most entrances into the convention center are fully accessible. Accommodations for persons with disabilities include Braille signage, restrooms, designated parking, and wheelchair availability. Indiana Convention Center welcomes guests with disabilities and their assistive animals. While it is not necessary, we encourage guests with assistive animals to contact facility management in advance of the event in order to most appropriately accommodate the needs of the guest and their animal. Call 317-262-3400.
DROP OFF/PICK UP POINT – Persons with disabilities may be dropped off and/or picked up on the north side of the convention center under the Maryland Street canopy. Once inside the Convention doors, our Hospitality Team will have golf carts available to take our guests to the registration area, if needed.
ENTRANCES/ELEVATORS/ESCALATORS – Power-assisted doors ease your movement in and out of the facility. Guests unable to use stairs may access elevators in the convention center located in the Crossroads and Hoosier Corridors. Escalators also are available throughout the convention center.
FOOD and BEVERAGE – Food and beverage areas in the convention center are accessible for persons with disabilities. The Crossroads Bistro, the Capitol Food Court, and the Landing On Maryland are open according to facility event hours. Large print menus are available upon request.
HEARING ENHANCEMENT – Hearing enhancement equipment is available in the First Aid Office.
PARKING – Parking for persons with disabilities is available in surrounding parking lots and garages. This is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Spaces are marked accordingly, as well as spaces designated for van access only.
RESTROOMS AND WATER CONTAINERS – Accessible restrooms and water containers are located throughout the facility.
WHEELCHAIR AVAILABILITY – Wheelchairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis at the First Aid Office, or the Security Office. A government issued picture ID is required as a deposit for the wheelchair. Wheelchairs may not be removed from the facility. A fee will be imposed for any wheelchairs not returned.