Welcome to AccessNow
We use crowdsourcing to pin-point the accessibility status of locations on an interactive map.
Search for specific places or browse to see what is nearby with the accessibility features you need.
If info isn’t already on our map, you can add it yourself and contribute to our worldwide community.
HOW IT WORKS
Search for specific locations with the accessibility features you require.
Join our community and begin adding new locations to our map. Select all the tags that apply to the specific places you are rating.
Browse our interactive map to discover accessible places around the world.
A green pin on our map represents an accessible location. These are places with full access. Locations might not have automatic doors, but we can get in, party, and go home with no problem.
A yellow pin on our map represents a location that is partially accessible. Yellow locations often have alternative entrances or limited access within the space, such as steps to the bar area.
Patio Access Only
An orange pin on our map represents a location that is patio accessible only. Orange locations usually offer access to an outdoor patio area on street level.
A red pin on our map
represents a location that is not accessible. Find a red pin on our map? Why not tweet #AccessNow about it and let’s make change happen.
Meet our founder
Maayan is so excited about creating a more accessible world. Living with Muscular Dystrophy, she knows what’s up. She is a passionate, relentless advocate and drinks lots of coffee. Awarded a Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal by the Honourable David C. Onley, Maayan is building awareness for disabilities in the arts with each new photograph she creates.