Fort Stanwix National Monument Accessibility

Directly in front of the entrance gate is a handicap temporary parking zone. Due to the authenticity of the site's reconstruction, accessibility is limited. The Visitor Center, Museum, and rest rooms are accessible. Natural lighting is used in the living history areas of the site, resulting in dimly lit rooms. Tours of the site for special needs groups and individuals can be arranged with reservations. Bus drop off zones are in front of the entrance gate and on the James Street side of the site. Buses can be parked in city lots across the street. The site bulletin is available in several foreign languages; Spanish, German, French, and Italian.

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