We strive to make this festival accessible to our guests. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us.

The different venues vary in accessibility. The festival will be spread across five different places in Attleboro. The city is very walkable, but there is a distance of roughly half a mile between the two furthest venues. Parking may be limited, depending on the turnout of the festival.

The Ezekiel Bates Masonic Lodge

The Masonic Lodge has seven steps at its main entrance. There is an accessible entrance with a wheelchair lift to the side of the building. Please note: the bathrooms in the lodge are NOT wheelchair accessible. The closest accessible bathrooms from this location are across the street in the Attleboro Public Library.

The Attleboro Public Library

The library has a ramp at its main entrance, an elevator inside, and accessible bathrooms.

Balfour Riverwalk

The riverwalk is an outdoor venue. The entire park is on a single level with no stairs, and there is ample parking nearby.

Attleboro Industrial Museum

The museum’s parking lot will not be available for festival attendees; we are working on getting parking nearby, please check back for updates. The building itself is all on one level, and has accessible bathrooms.

Park Street Ale House & Eatery

The restaurant has an accessible entrance around the back, which can be reached both from the parking lot in the back and via a ramp to the right of the front entrance. There is on street parking as well as a small lot in the middle of the intersection.

Centenary United Methodist Church

The church has an accessible entrance. Parking is available in the YMCA Sanford Street lot, in the Sanford Street parking garage, and across the street in the library parking lot.