Maker Faire Pittsburgh is committed to providing an inclusive and interactive experience for all visitors.

Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, producer of Maker Faire Pittsburgh, is committed to providing exhibits, programs and public spaces that are inclusive and interactive for all visitors.  Maker Faire admission includes admission to the Museum.


Accessible pathways are available throughout all Faire locations.  Service animals are welcome in all Faire locations.


For all performances, panels, workshops, and entertainment on the Pedal Powered Main Stage and in the Workshop Zone, the following services will be available:

  1.  American Sign Language Interpretation’
  2. Audio Description

Accessible restrooms will be located by the Drone Zone on Nova Place Plaza and near the Food Truck Village on Allegheny Commons West.

Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh staff are trained on how to help visitors with various needs and can provide the following services and tools to individuals free of charge for use within the Museum (supplies are limited):

  • Wheelchairs
  • Sound blocking headphones
  • Sensory blanket and vests
  • Wrist assistance cuffs
  • Versatile Velcro lap tables, adjustable to fit most wheelchairs

If you have other questions about accessibility at Maker Faire Pittsburgh, please contact  Questions about accessibility at the Children’s Museum, contact