This business has self-assessed as having the following accessible attributes. Please contact the business directly for further detail if required.
The Kelowna Visitor Centre is a pedestrian access facility and while there is no accessible parking on site, there is marked accessible parking within a 2 city-block radius.
The Kelowna Visitor Centre is Kelowna’s official travellers’ resource; our team can assist you with many services including making reservations for accommodations, attractions, and tours, offering tips for local ‘must-sees,’ and providing information on how to explore safely. As of Tuesday, November 3, all guests, aged 13 and up, who enter the building must wear a non-medical mask or face covering that covers both the mouth and nose. All guests must also use hand sanitizer upon entry. The centre is pedestrian access only. Parking for passenger vehicles is located nearby on streets, and in lots and parkades. Oversize vehicles can find parking at City Park (1600 Abbott Street).