At Maryland Hall, we are committed to ensuring visitors of all abilities can experience the performances, exhibits, and programs our center has to offer.
Accessible Parking and Entrances
Designated accessible parking spaces are in Lot C and Lot D behind the building. Near each lot is an adjacent ramp that leads to 3 entrances with automatic doors; the North entrance on the side of the building closest to Carraway Lane and 2 entrances in the back of the building. Lot C is closest to the elevator which is located on the first floor just inside the building at the North entrance (closest to Carraway Lane).
*From late August through early November, a new passenger elevator is being installed. During this time, please call 410-263-5544 or email email@example.com for assistance.
Purchasing Accessible Seating
There is accessible seating in both the orchestra and the balcony of the Main Theatre and throughout the Bowen Theatre. For accessible seating tickets and other specific questions, please contact the Guest Services Center and we will be happy to accommodate your needs.
Assisted Listening Devices in Theatre
Hearing assisted devices are available before and during an event, no advance notice is necessary. Please contact the Box Office and the House Manager will be happy to provide a device if needed.
For Hearing Impaired
If you are in need of a Sign Interpreter, please contact the Guest Services Center at least 10 days prior to your event. We will be happy to provide one for you.
Please note, some shows provide sub-titles. Feel free to inquire with the Guest Services Center if your event provides sub-titles.
On occasion, Maryland Hall has provided space for the Musical Autist Troupe to perform sensory-friendly performances. The Musical Autist Troupe is also part of our Education program, inclusive to youth and adults with and without disabilities. Please visit their website for more details.
Maryland Hall’s interior signs are ADA compliant with Braille.