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Accessibility Guide

THE KANSAS STATE FAIR welcomes everyone to its annual celebration of our great state.

THE KANSAS STATE FAIR BOARD is committed to making the Fair's campus accessible to all.

ASSISTED LISTENING DEVICES: Portable Listening Devices are available for use at the Nex-Tech Wireless Grandstand and the Expo Center. To request a Device, please call 620-669-3600 at least 48 hours prior to the event for which you are requesting.

During the ten days of the State Fair, a TDD/TTY device will be available in the Administration Building. The number for this service is 800-766-3777.

FIRST AID: The First Aid Station is located at the west end, south side, of the Administration Building. First Aid is open during the annual Kansas State Fair only.

NEX-TECH WIRELESS GRANDSTAND SEATING: There are seats in the Nex-Tech Wireless Grandstand designated for our patrons with disabilities. With the purchase of each seat for a patron with a disability, that patron is permitted the purchase of up to three companion seats. If more than three companion seats are needed, please contact the ticket office. For information on Nex-Tech Wireless Grandstand events, please call the Fair at 800-362-FAIR.

PARKING: There are three areas of parking reserved for visitors with disabilities. Two are located on the east side of the Fairgrounds in Public Parking Lot C. The other is on the north side of the Fairgrounds off State Fair Road. A vehicle with a state-issued parking permit or a license plate designated a disabled driver or passenger may park in these areas.

RESTROOMS built to accommodate the disabled are available in major buildings throughout the Fairgrounds, including the Meadowlark, Sunflower South, Sunflower North, Pride of Kansas, 4-H Centennial Hall, Domestic Arts, Encampment, Oz Gallery, Cottonwood Court, Rabbit/Poultry, Prairie Pavilion and Sheep Goats Swine. Unisex accessible restrooms are also available at each of these locations.

SHUTTLE SERVICE with wheelchair accommodation is available each day of the Fair to provide service around the perimeter of the Fairgrounds.

SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS may be requested to assist visitors with hearing impairments. To arrange for a sign language interpreter, please call 800-362-FAIR or the State's TDD/TTY at 800-766-3777 at least five working days prior to the event for which the interpreter is requested.

WHEELCHAIR/STROLLER/MOBILITY CART RENTAL is available on a first-come, first-serve basis in two locations: south of Gate 5 and west of Gate 9. For more information, please contact Scootaround Mobility Rentals at 1-888-441-7575, Commercial Exhibits at (620)669-3600 or online here.

Suggestions for improvements and additional services are always welcomed by the Fair Board, which will continue efforts to make the Fairgrounds accessible to everyone.

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