Disability Features at Krog Street Market

A man in a wheelchair eats at Krog Street Market

A man in a wheelchair eats at Krog Street Market

The front of Krog Street Market shows a ramp leading up to its entrance making it wheelchair-accessible

The front of Krog Street Market shows a ramp leading up to its entrance making it wheelchair-accessible

The market is accessible for disabled people as evidenced by the picture. Outside of the market, there is a large ramp for people who are wheelchair-bound to use. However, the benches attached to the picnic tables are immovable, meaning that a disabled person in a wheelchair would be forced to sit at the end of the table. However, they can move a chair from the individual seating and pull up comfortably (like in the picture). Also, most restaurants have low enough counters so disabled people could talk with workers and receive their food comfortably. By making sure disabled people feel welcome, the market creates a culture and an environment where everyone is welcome and no one is discriminated against.

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