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Aztec Ruins National Monument Accessibility

Mobility-Impaired Assistance

: The visitor center, restrooms, picnic tables, and much of the trail are wheelchair accessible. The antechamber looking down into the Great Kiva accommodates most wheelchairs, 29 wide or less. Visitors can also borrow a park wheelchair at the visitor center.

Hearing-Impaired Assistance:

A printed trail guide is available for the self-guided tour. The regularly presented video program plays in closed-caption format. With at least two weeks notice a sign language interpreter is available during the summer and on weekends the rest of the year.

Sight-Impaired Assistance

: A sculpture of West Ruin and replica artifacts are available for handling in the visitor center. Portable cassette players allow blind visitors to take a self-guided audio tour. Large print trail guides aid visitors with limited vision.

Telephone Assistance

: Persons calling by telephone may contact us through a TDD (Telecommunications Device for the Deaf); please allow for signals and sufficient hookup time: (505) 334-6174 then dial 30.

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