Accessible or ADA seating is regularly available. Contact us after buying tickets by replying to your confirmation email to make arrangements.
Wheelchair accessible seating is available at this venue.
About Ford's Theatre
A working theatre, historical monument, world-class museum and learning center, Ford’s Theatre is the premier destination in Washington, D.C., to explore and celebrate Abraham Lincoln’s ideals and leadership principles: courage, integrity, tolerance, equality and creative expression. On April 14, 1865, Abraham Lincoln visited Ford’s and was shot by John Wilkes Booth; he died the next morning in the Petersen House, a boarding house located across the street. Ford’s Theatre remained closed for more than 100 years. The stately downtown D.C. building officially reopened in 1968 as a national historic site and working theatre.
Some seats in the theater have a slightly obstructed view.