- Park maps are available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian and Spanish. The staff is fluent in 9 languages, including Spanish, French German and Italian.
- Information about the Liberty Bell and other park sites is available in multiple languages. See a National Park Service Ranger or the Visitor Center staff if you have a specific request.
For the Hearing-Impaired
- A portable loop system is available at the Visitor Center; it's compatible with all telecoil-equipped hearing aids, cochlear implants and induction loop receivers.
- A receiver with headphones is also available if a hearing aid is not compatible.
- All films are open-captioned, with audio description and assisted listening.
- To arrange for American Sign Language services, please contact the Center at least two weeks in advance. Use the relay service (800-654-5984-TTY) to call (215) 597-7130.
- Curb cuts are at corners on perimeter sidewalks. All major sites have ramps.
- Photo albums with pictures of second-floor exhibits are available.
For the Vision-Impaired
- Audio description of exhibits and audio-visual installations are at the Poe and Kosciuszko Houses. Rangers describe exhibits elsewhere.