I will need a wheelchair for my elderly father as soon as I arrive at the show on Saturday morning. What do you suggest would be the way way to
The Flower Show is easily accessible to visitors with disabilities. Most restrooms and drinking fountains are wheelchair accessible. The convention center is equipped with elevators, and several doors are automated. The Show floor is level and manageable either alone or with an able-bodied assistant.
The Pennsylvania Convention Center does not offer reserved public parking. An accessible drop-off location is on the northwest corner of 11th and Arch Streets. You can drop off your father and then park the car. There are volunteers at this location who could stay with him until you come back.
Guests are encouraged to bring their own wheelchair or motorized scooter, however both are available for rent at the Show, on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Wheelchairs: $20
- Electric Scooters (up to 4 hours): $30
- Electric Scooters (4-12 hours): $40
The rental office is located in the concourse outside of Hall A.