The Alamo is committed to making its historic site accessible, whatever your access needs.
Making the Alamo Accessible
Restrooms are Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant and can be found at the back of the grounds near the covered arbor area. Please ask any Alamo employee for direction, if needed.
Accessible water fountains are located near the restrooms.
Services for Visitors with Mobility-Related Access Needs
The original flagstone floors are uneven in some areas. Visitors are encouraged to use caution when moving through historic structures, whether on foot or in wheeled chairs or scooters.
The original Church building has only one wheeled access doorway. Please use the front door for entrance and egress. A staff member is stationed nearby to assist.
We are not offering wheelchairs for rental at this time due to COVID-19.
Services for Visitors who are Deaf and/or Hard of Hearing
The Alamo shows a 16-minute film on the history of the Alamo throughout the day entitled The Alamo: Crossroads of Texas History. This film is captioned and can be viewed in the covered arbor near the rear of the grounds.
Tour scripts are available upon request.
Alamo informational brochures are available inside the historic buildings for all visitors.
Visitor Services staff are happy to arrange an American Sign Language interpreter for our deaf visitors if given notice. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org at least seven days in advance.
Services for Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
The Alamo brochure is offered in Braille and is available upon request.
The cannons and the monuments on the grounds are touchable.
Tactile experiences for groups and individuals are available with notice. Please contact email@example.com at least seven days in advance.