ADA Accessibility

Contact our new e-mail address for any  general Festival-related ADA inquiries.

Venue Accessibility

Sundance Institute works to make each of its venues physically accessible for all Festivalgoers. All Festival venues and theatres are ADA accessible. Filmmaker Lodge, housed in the Historic Elks Building, has access to a Stair-Trac that meets ADA requirements. Advanced notice is recommended in order for us to provide the best possible service. For more information, contact Sundance Institute at (435) 658-3456 or email us at

All screenings have accessible seats. So we can further assist you, you may opt to call Customer Service at (888) 285-7790 or (435) 776-7878, or email with your schedule and we will contact theatre personnel in advance of your arrival.

Parking Accessibility

Limited accessibility parking is available at theatres and venues.

Bus Accessibility

All Park City Transit and Park City Festival shuttle buses are ADA accessible, and drivers are trained to assist those with disabilities. Park City Transit also offers door-to-door paratransit service for passengers who are unable to use the fixed-route service. Guests requiring this service must apply at least two weeks prior to the Festival.

For further information about paratransit service and for an ADA Eligibility Application, contact Park City's paratransit certification office, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at (435) 615-5353 or TTY: (435) 615-7041.

National Ability Center

Don't let a disability keep you from enjoying the Sundance Film Festival and all that goes on around it. Park City is home to one of the world's foremost adaptive recreation centers, the National Ability Center (NAC). The NAC provides recreational opportunities year-round for individuals with physical or cognitive disabilities. During the Festival, you can enjoy great opportunities like adaptive skiing & snowboarding, sled hockey, horseback riding (including Hippotherapy), and indoor rock climbing. The NAC hosts more than 8,000 people annually at its Park City facility, and you can make your Festival experience that much more enjoyable by participating with the NAC while you're in town. Watch an independent film, then prove your own independence. It's a perfect match. The NAC also has limited lodging availability for individuals with disabilities during the Festival and throughout the year. For more information about the recreational programs or lodging availability, call the National Ability Center at (435) 649-3991 or visit