Capitol Accessibility Services
Capitol Accessibility Guide
All Capitol, Capitol Extension, and Capitol Visitors Center facilities are accessible to persons with disabilities.
Visitors interested in Capitol history are encouraged to begin their tour at the Capitol Visitors Center.
Accessibility FeedbackReport an Accessibility Barrier
For special assistance, contact the Capitol Information and Guide Services office.
Location - Capitol 1S.2, in the first floor, south wing.
Email - email@example.com.
Phone - 512.463.0063.
For concerns and information on accommodations for people with disabilities please contact:
Tour Publications, ASL & Scheduling
Publications are available in large print versions and Braille for the Capitol, Capitol Visitors Center and Grounds. Brochures may be checked out and returned after use from the Capitol Information and Guide Service in Capitol 1S.2.
Guided tours of the Capitol, Capitol Visitors Center and Governor’s Mansion using American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters can be given with 1 week’s advance notice.
For scheduling Capitol and Capitol Visitors Center Tours contact:
For scheduling Governor's Mansion Tours contact:
Parking & Route Markers
Street parking is limited and competitive. Parking in the Visitor Parking Garage is recommended.
Vehicles properly displaying an official disabled parking placard or disabled parking license may park at a parking meter in the Capitol Complex for free at any time.
Watch for Accessibility Route markers on the Capitol Grounds which indicate ADA code-compliant routes to and from the Capitol's North Entrance, the Capitol Visitors Center's South Entrance, and the Capitol Visitors Parking Garage.
Motorized scooters are not allowed on the Capitol Grounds.
- Two family use restrooms are available at the end of the tunnel leading from the Capitol north wing elevators on level E2.
- Baby changing tables are located in the 2nd floor restrooms of the Texas Capitol.
- Please review all restroom locations within the Texas Capitol and Extension on the Capitol Building Guide .
Public-Capitol Wireless Access
- The Texas Legislative Council provides open wireless Internet access in the Texas Capitol and Capitol Visitors Center. The Capitol Complex wireless service policy and connection information can be found on the Texas Legislature Online Website .
- A limited number of wheelchairs can be borrowed from the Capitol Information and Guide Service in 1S.2 and or the Capitol Visitors Center with a photo ID during business hours (hours are subject to change). First come first served.