Accessibility in Ontario |


The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) is an initiative to identify and address barriers for people with disabilities. Ontario is dedicated to making its diverse experiences, places and attractions accessible to all.

Learn about the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport’s Accessibility Plan.

Use the Search Bar for an instant key word search for accessibility services such as wheelchair access or audio receivers. The Search Bar is identified by the magnifying glass in the top right corner of the site.

The Advanced Search tool on this website to find tourism packages, events, accommodations and other tourism business listings and services.

Each listing identifies the following accessibility services and facilities, if available:

Audio receivers for hearing impaired

Services for special needs

Wheelchair accessible

Wheelchair accessible dining room

Wheelchair accessible parking

Wheelchair accessible public washroom


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