We are committed to improving access for visitors to Killarney Convention Centre. Not only do we incorporate all legislative requirements for accessibility, we also have taken additional steps to convert a number of bedrooms on the ground floor of the on-site Gleneagle Hotel to ensure that they are fully wheelchair accessible.
We are now listed on the Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) website and have welcomed groups from both Caring for Carers Ireland and the IWA. Killarney Convention Centre has also hosted the Caring for Carers Ireland conference on a number of occasions.
We welcome assistance dogs in all parts of our venue.
Facilities for visitors with visual impairments
All rooms, halls and toilets are signposted in large print.
Hosts are available to assist visitors to their event or seat if required.
Fire and emergency
Security officers are fully trained in evacuation procedures for those with limited mobility.
First aid assistance
Security officers are trained in first aid.
Defibrillator located in the venue.
If you have any specific medical requirements please let us know.
If you have an allergy or special dietary requirement please make the Operations team aware prior to your attendance.
Lift and stairs
The main entrance is accessible by ramp.
There are dedicated wheelchair user and companion seats in the auditorium.
Killarney Convention Centre is fully accessible with lifts to all levels and wheel chair accessible bathrooms.
There are painted wheelchair spaces at all entrances to the venue.
Some events may involve pyrotechnics, strobe lighting and other special effects. Please contact your Event Manager for details on any special effects expected at the event you are attending.
All Hosts at Killarney Convention Centre are trained in Accessibility awareness.
Wheelchair accessible toilets are located throughout the venue on every floor.