Accessibility at SHCS

Shriver Hall Concert Series is dedicated to best serving each and every one of our patrons needs and each of the spaces where we present or events are in line ADA Standards.

If you have a need that is not being addressed or if you have would like to have a conversation, give us any comments, or make any suggestions, please call our offices at (410) 516-7164 or email us at info@shriverconcerts.org.

Shriver Hall

Mobility Access

The main entrance of Shriver Hall, facing Wyman Quad, has wheelchair accessible ramps. There is also a limited mobility drop-off location on the service road along the south side of Shriver Hall. The drop-off location is indicated with signage on concert days and allows patrons to enter the building on the Ground Floor. A convenient elevator enables patrons to travel between the Ground Floor, Main Level, and Balcony Level. Restrooms are available on all levels. 

Seating

To request a mobility or companion seat for a concert in advance, please call or visit the Box Office.

Audio Assistance

Shriver Hall Auditorium is equipped with an Assisted Listening System; headsets or earbuds are available at the Box Office with deposit of a valid photo ID, credit card, or car keys.

Visual Assistance

All elevators and signage in Shriver Hall have Braille/raised lettering.

Service Animals

Per ADA Standards, Shriver Hall Concert Series welcomes Service Animals in Shriver Hall. 

Baltimore Museum of Art Meyerhoff Auditorium

Mobility Access

The main entrance of the Baltimore Museum of Art, facing Art Museum Drive, is wheelchair accessible and there are elevators that take patrons to the second level, where the Meyerhoff Auditorium is located. Restrooms are available on the ground level, located near the elevators.

Seating

To request a mobility or companion seats for a concert in advance, please call or visit the Box Office.

Audio Assistance

Please call our offices at (410) 516-7164 or email us at info@shriverconcerts.org at least two weeks in advance of a performance to request Audio Assistance.

Service Animals

Per ADA Standards, Shriver Hall Concert Series welcomes Service Animals when at Baltimore Museum of Art. Upon arrival, patrons with Service Animals should check in at the Baltimore Museum of Art Visitor Services Desk.

UMBC Linehan Concert Hall

Mobility Access

The entrance of the UMBC Fine Arts Building, directly off of Hilltop Drive, is wheelchair accessible. The entrance to Linehan Concert Hall is on the entrance level and an elevator is available, should patrons wish to visit other areas of the building. Restrooms are available all levels.  

Seating

To request a mobility or companion seats for a concert in advance, please call or visit the Box Office.

Audio Assistance

Please call our offices at (410) 516-7164 or email us at info@shriverconcerts.org at least two weeks in advance of a performance to request Audio Assistance.

Service Animals

Please call our offices at (410) 516-7164 or email us at info@shriverconcerts.org at least two weeks in advance of a performance to inform us of a Service Animal who will attend the upcoming performance with a patron.