Tiburon Shore Access Area
Boarding Dock.The curbside drop-off area and the ferry boarding dock are generally accessible. Restrooms. Boats have no restrooms. Public restrooms adjacent to the boarding dock are generally accessible. Parking.City parking closest to pier includes accessible spaces. Paths of travel between these facilities are generally accessible.
Ayala Cove Area
Restrooms. Accessible restroom facilities are available in Ayala Cove.
Tram Tours. Narrated (taped) one-hour tram tours depart from the Ayala Cove Café on varied schedules from spring through early fall. Written transcripts are available on request. Portable lifts provide wheelchair access to two trams with wheelchair spaces. For more tram information, visit www.angelisland.com or phone 415-897-0715.
Gift Shop. Space is tight but the sales kiosk is generally accessible.
Cove Café. A ramp provides front entry. Some assistance may be needed at threshold. Seating is accessible. Sales and food counters are slightly high, but assistance is available.
Visitor Center. Open daily, the Ayala Cove visitor center offers a captioned video about Chinese immigration history on Angel Island and a video on the general history of Angel Island. A ramped side entry provides wheelchair access. Front stairs lack handrails. Exhibits are generally accessible.
East Garrison Area
The Guardhouse/Visitor Center is generally accessible. Most exhibits are generally accessible. A lift in the ground floor provides access to the main floor.
Restrooms. A restroom near the lift entry is generally accessible.
West Garrison Area
Restrooms. A generally accessible restroom is near the West Garrison Hospital.
Officers Quarters 10 is a house museum with a historic brick path of travel to a usable ramped entry and to the first floor, and the historic Bake House is accessible via brick path and concrete ramp.