We are committed to listening and learning as we continually improve the standard of what an equitable experience can be at the Hopkins Center for the Arts. While we will provide tools that have successfully supported our community in the past, we strive to create an environment where everyone can feel free to express how we can assist in overcoming individual barriers to access. We understand this work is ongoing and we appreciate your patience and support as we work toward a more welcoming and equitable future here at the Hop.

For information or feedback about access services, please email or call 603.646.2422. Voice/relay calls welcomed.

Venues and ADA Access Map


The Hopkins Center is a multi-level facility. Limited accessible parking is available on all sides of the building.
Hop Parking & Directions
Town of Hanover Parking Map


A limited number of accessible seats are available to patrons with disabilities and their family or friends. Here are examples of our typical seating maps for each of our venues. Please note these may vary between performances, please refer to the seat map when ordering tickets or contact the Box Office for more information. 

During General Admission performances, ask any Hop staff member about finding a seat that meets your needs when arriving at the venue. 

Assisted Listening Devices

The Hop is equipped with assistive listening devices for public events and presentations. These devices can assist by amplifying sound in a performance for an individual. The Hop will provide headphones to be used with the device or you can pair it with your personal hearing-aid or cochlear implant using T-Loop technology. Any Hop Staff member can assist you in getting and setting up the assisted listening device.
PDF icon Assistive Listening Devices Information


Closed Captioning

Films with the Closed Captioned logo in the Hopkins Center quarterly brochure and on the Hop website are presented with Rear Window Captioning in Spaulding Auditorium and on personal closed captioning devices in the Loew Auditorium. The personal closed captioning devices offer personal monitors with digital text displays that easily attach to armrests and allow the user to adjust the monitor to their preferred position. The devices are wireless and a Hop staff member will be available to assist you in setting it up.  

All Hop events hosted on Zoom will have automated captioning available. 

All Hop events on YouTube will include automated captioning 24-hours after the event premiers. Virtual Events that feature Live Captioning will have a note saying so on the event description webpage. 

Sign Language Interpretation

American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation may be available with at least one month's advance request.

If you do not see an accommodation that suits your needs, please contact our Box Office by calling 603.646.2422 or emailing and let us know how we may help.