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Agate Fossil Beds National Monument Accessibility

The facilities at Agate are accessible by wheelchair. The interpretive exhibits, introductory film and information desk are located in the main room, ground level of the Visitor Center and Museum. Both hiking trails are steep in places and not entirely paved. The park has an interactive computer hiker in the Visitor Center and Museum that provides an excellent virtual tour of the trails. Agate's introductory film, entitled The Fossil Hills is located in the Visitor Center's Hitchcock theater. The theater is accessible by wheelchair and the film is closed-caption for the hearing impaired. Please inquire for further details regarding accessibility at the park's information desk located in the Visitor Center and Museum upon arrival.

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