The Cape Town International Convention Center is a convention center in Cape Town, South Africa. The center opened in June 2003. It is run as a partnership between the City of Cape Town and the Western Cape government.
Cape Town International Convention Centre
Tourism products and facilities offered:
Facilities indoor vs outdoor:
Shaded or covered areas:
TGCSA and Cape Town Tourism
Linked to local pedestrian walkways:
Tactile warning systems at vehicular crossings:
Yes there is.
Signage indicating alternative access:
Public transport has low floor entry vehicles:
MyCiti bus has.
Number of accessible parking bays:
11 bays in parking 3
2 bays in parking 1
Parking distance to the attraction:
Between 1 & 10 meters
Accessible without having to negotiate any stairs:
Ramp Gradient less then 4.5 degrees.
Handrails, guidance system and tactile warning on the ramps:
Has Handrails, Has Guidance System
Security control at the entrance:
Type of entrance door:
Door handles fitted to gate or door:
Emergency Push-down handles
Door handles location above floor:
Glass panels in the door:
Horizontal frame separation between the glass panels or is it a continuous pane of glass:
Visual indicators on the glass panels:
Floor finish of attraction:
The floor has tiles.
Floor finishes vary in the attraction:
Floor finish slippery when wet:
Yes it is.
Location of the reception at the entrance:
Location of the reception desk clearly visible and easily identifiable from the entrance door:
Reception desk height:
Dropped section of counter below 80cm in height, with leg space under the desk:
Chair provided at dropped desk section or alternative desk:
Colour of the wall or surface behind the reception desk:
It's a video wall.
Wall or surface reflective:
Information available at the reception desk:
Background noise at the reception desk:
Information is available at the information / reception desk:
Casual seating locations:
At the coffee shop and in the lounge.
Chair with arm rests:
Yes it does.
Access routes to access all elements of the attraction levels:
Stairs equipped with handrails:
Stairs equipped with highlighted nosings:
Clear signage in the building indicating the location of facilities including toilets:
Yes there is.
Colour of the lettering and signage:
Wheelchair accessible toilet facilities:
Wheelchair accessible toilet facilities provided and where:
On all levels. 4 Toilets.
Wheelchair accessible toilet facilities signage:
Location of key is indicated if wheelchair accessible toilet facilities are locked:
It's never locked.
Other workstations where visitors might need to sit:
Height of worktop on these workstations and is there leg space under the workstations or desks:
Meeting Room - 70cm
Restaurant - 80cm
Height of the seat of chair:
Meeting Rooms - 40cm
Restaurant - 40cm
Chair has arm rests:
Electronic visual displays:
Public areas - Current events, upcoming events and news.
Height to the center line of the display:
Roof level height
Electronic, localized radio information or audio guides available at the attraction for visitors:
Possible to link to any websites or electronic broadcasts while visiting the attraction?:
Yes it is.
Other information available:
Screens outside buildings
Available in large text format:
Available in braille:
Staff that have received specialized training to provide universal access support to visitors:
Staff with sign language capability:
Loop systems installed in the building:
Have baby changing room
At the venue the client would provide braille and hearing aids
Lifts have audio system and braille system