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Welcome to ATX go!

Your Access Guide to Austin.

What You'll Find On This Site

Festival Information

Austin is home to nearly 100 unique festivals ranging from internationally recognized music and film festivals to local favorites. Find them all in one place here.

Venue Information

Austin has countless performance venues where you can enjoy live music, films, theatre, comedy, improv, and other shows. Also included in this list are Austin’s renowned museums and exhibition spaces for visual and other kinds of art.

ADA Toolkit

Learn nationwide accessibility standards established by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and explore resources for making your venue inclusive and accessible to everyone.

VSA Texas has prepared this simple ADA survey to assist you in assessing your venue. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information or assistance.

About ATXgo!

ATXgo! is a resource for people with disabilities interested in visiting Austin and enjoying the diverse cultural activities the city offers, from festivals and museums to a multitude of music and performing venues. On this site you will find a list of these popular destinations and events along with contact information, so you can inquire about accessibility and plan your trip before you leave. Please note that we are currently in the process of expanding this site to include specific notes on the accessibility features of each venue, so you may want to check back for updates. For best accessibility practices, please see our ADA Toolkit or contact us to find out how to make your venue as accessible as possible.

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What People Say About Austin

I love Austin because it celebrates creativity. It’s not only the live music capital of the world, but also a hotspot for innovative dance, theatre, film, and visual art.

Eric Clow

Austin is such a free and creative place. It’s a place where everyone is welcome.

Danny Taylor

Austin, a city of music and art. Austin, a open door to the spirit of an open mind of an artist.

Kamand Alaghehband

I like all of the outdoor venues. I have a neurological sensitivity to fluorescent light which is a predominant choice for building owners due to energy saving incentives. There are many places to eat, have coffee, drink, and/or listen to music outside with natural lighting. Fluorescent lights are like stairs to the wheels of my mind. Natural light gives me a ramp up to better functioning and more enjoyment.

Kaye Love

The Blanton is where I go when I need stimulation. When I'm there I get to connect with other artists. The accessibility provides wide spaces for a wheelchair.

Nicole Cortichiato

Austin is a great place to visit for people with disabilities. Austin has a large community of people with disabilities so accessibility is prime. Music venues and restaurants are accessible as are the public transportation Cap Metro buses and the TNC's, such as Uber, that also provide accessible vehicles using the app. Come join the fun and "Keep Austin Weird!"

Renee Lopez


Although the information contained in ATXgo! was believed to be correct at the time of publication, neither VSA Texas nor any of its officers, directors, employees or members shall be held responsible or liable for any inaccuracies, errors, or omissions nor for information that changes or becomes outdated over time. We advise you to call ahead to confirm the information contained in ATXgo!

VSA Texas makes no endorsement or warranties regarding any facilities, goods or services listed in this guide. The access features reported are not intended to reflect compliance with any local, state or federal laws, regulations or guidelines.

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This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.
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