Aronoff Center Accessibility Information
Patrons requesting accessible accommodations should notify the ticket agent at the time of purchase.
The Aronoff Center staff is committed to providing the highest level of service available to every patron.
INFORMATION & SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS
(513) 621-ARTS 
All theaters and meeting spaces within the Aronoff Center, including the Weston Art Gallery, are accessible to patrons with physical disabilities. Once inside the building, all levels are accessible by elevator. For the Procter & Gamble Hall, two elevators are available for patron use, one in the Weston Art Gallery and one near the Aronoff Center Ticket Office. The Jarson-Kaplan Theater and the Fifth Third Bank Theater are each equipped with one elevator for patron use.
For the Procter & Gamble Hall, automatic accessible doors are located at the Weston Art Gallery entrance on the plaza near Seventh and Walnut Streets.
For the Jarson-Kaplan Theater, automatic accessible doors are located on the south end of the building near Sixth and Walnut Streets.
For access to the Fifth Third Bank Theater (at the corner of Seventh and Main Streets), there is a dedicated ramp on the South end of the entrance.
All restrooms in the Aronoff Center are accessible to people with disabilities. Restrooms in the Procter & Gamble Hall are located in the side corridors on both sides of the lobbies (except Balcony – restrooms located on the north side of the lobby only). Restrooms in the Jarson-Kaplan Theater and the Fifth Third Bank Theater are both one level below the theater and are accessible by elevator.
Devices for the hearing impaired are available at the coat room in the lobby of the Procter & Gamble Hall and the Jarson-Kaplan Theater. For devices in the Fifth Third Bank Theater, please see a staff member as you enter. These assistive listening devices operate on an infra-red system and are not compatible with other frequency-based units. Assistive listening services may not be available for all performances in the Fifth Third Bank Theater.
A TDD pay phone is available for patron use, located across from the Ticket Office.
A courtesy wheelchair is available upon request on a
first-come, first-served basis for patrons needing assistance from the curb or lobby to their seats. Patrons can ask any staff member or usher for assistance.
Accessible seating is available in all theaters for patrons not able to transfer out of their wheelchairs or with other seating needs. Please contact the Ticket Office at (513) 621-2787 in advance to discuss your needs.
For accessible seating in the Procter & Gamble Hall, enter the building at street level. Take either elevator to:
- Level 3 for Orchestra seating, Orchestra Box B, and Loge Box E
- Level 4 for Loge seating and Balcony Box C & F
- Level 5 for Balcony seating
In order to accommodate patrons with disabilities, service animals are always welcome at the Aronoff Center.
Tours of the facility are available by contacting the facility directly at the contact information listed below.