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Symphony Hall

75 N Second Street, Phoenix, Arizona, United States
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    Category: Do
    Address: 75 N Second Street
    United States
    Price Level: $$
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    2 Reviews

    1. Cathy H. Symphony Hall
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      • We sat on the Main Floor, Section C, Row 33, Seats 3 & 4 during one of the Family Series concerts. Even though we were in the back row, the view is great! In the past, we’ve sat in the mid-level accessible seats, Section A, and those seats are fantastic! The Seating in Symphony Hall is roomier than some places we’ve been.

      • There are two ramps leading to the entryway: a longer, more gradual ramp; and a shorter, steeper ramp. The short ramp might be a little steep if you’re propelling your own wheelchair. I didn’t have trouble pushing my daughter up it. If you need to buy tickets, I’d use the more gradual ramp, because you pass the ticket booths on the way to the entrance.

      • The restrooms are at either end of the lobby area and it can get crowded, so allow plenty of time to get where you need to go!

      • As downtown Phoenix gets busier, it’s more difficult to find free parking on the streets. There are lots of parking garages and lots with accessible parking, you just have to allow plenty of time to find a space, park, and get to the venue. We parked in the lot on the southwest corner of 2nd Street and Washington for $10.

      • They have refreshments for purchase in the lobby. I didn’t buy anything, so I’m not sure how accessible they are; however, everyone we interacted with was super nice, so I’m sure it wouldn’t be too bad.

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    2. Gary O. Symphony Hall
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      On the orchestra level there are steps at the higher end of this section. There is a sloped floor leading up to the steps. Other venues will have sloped floor the entire section of the orchestra level – so we don’t understand why they have steps. And we have noticed many instances of people tripping on the steps.

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