Accessibility Guide

The health and safety of all fans is of the upmost importance to the Washington Nationals. We aim to ensure an accessible and enjoyable experience for all of our fans at Nationals Park.

Wheelchair Service

Wheelchair service will be offered at each Nationals home game per ADA requirements. Guests requiring wheelchair assistance may check-in at Main Guest Services at Centerfield Plaza, or speak with the closest Guest Experience Representative in other areas of the Ballpark

ADA Drop-Off Location and Entry

Prior to every Nationals game at Nationals Park, the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) will allow passengers to be dropped off along First Street, SE (near the grand staircase at the intersection of Potomac Avenue and First Street, SE).

The following Nationals Park entrance gates are ADA accessible:

  • Centerfield Gate
  • 1st base ADA (located on the corner of 1st St. SE and Potomac Ave.)
  • Home Plate Gate
  • Media & Suites
  • Third Base Gate
  • Left Field Gate

Sensory Room

In partnership with Kulture City, the Nationals have opened a Sensory Room. The sensory room is located on the Main Concourse across from Section 140. The space features sensory activities, as well as soothing lighting and soft flooring. It is designed to help enhance the ballpark experience for guests with sensory needs.

Hard-of-Hearing Accommodations

  • Assistive listening devices: Available at Main Guest Services in Centerfield Plaza, handheld radios offering the radio broadcast for the days game are available to fans free of charge.
  • Close Captioning: Available upon request on TVs throughout the concourse.