FantasyCon is serious about doing everything we can to provide a welcoming, accessible environment for all our members. Our 2020 venue is fully DDA compliant.

Unfortunately, we cannot make every aspect of FantasyCon barrier-free. We are limited by finances, logistics, facilities, and volunteer staffing. Please contact our Accessibility Head if you have any questions, or if you can offer suggestions or resources to help make FantasyCon more accessible.

Panel Rooms
Each FantasyCon panel room has taped off wheelchair/scooter seating available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please feel free to alert a Redcloak, who will do everything they can to accommodate you.

Free Scooter and Parking
We will have a limited number of scooters and parking spaces at the venue, which will be provided free of charge to those in need on a first come, first served basis. Please indicate on your membership form if you have any accessibility needs.

Hotels
There are a number of hotels in the area with suitable access facilities. We will provide limited transportation between your hotel and the convention for those with mobility needs.

Waiting in Lines
If you have physical challenges with standing in lines, please alert a Redcloak volunteer and they will ensure you get accommodation.

If you have limited mobility or you use a mobility device such as a scooter, a walker, crutches, or a wheelchair, you may wait near the front of the line so that you will be able to take advantage of the accessible seating.

Publication Formats
Included with your FantasyCon membership is a small print Programming Grid, and (usually) a regular print Souvenir Book. These are all available when you pick up your badge. You can also get a larger-print version of the Programming Grid at the Accessibility Info table. PDF versions of the Programming Guide/Souvenir Books will be available on the FantasyCon website prior to the convention. There will also be an online/mobile version of the Programming Grid available – when this becomes available it will be accessible from the Programming page of the website.

Quiet Room
FantasyCon’s Quiet Room is the ideal place to take a break from the convention and quietly reenergize yourself with minimal distractions.

FantasyCon welcomes suggestions for making our convention more accessible! If you have a comment or suggestion about accessibility at FantasyCon, please contact our Accessibility Head.