3 Locations: Theater, Dining Room 1 and Dining Room 2
Check out headset or neck loop from the Ticket office.
An ID is required to borrow the headset or neck loop.
Signage: Look for signage at the box office and at each entrance.
Dining Room 1 and Dining Room 2
DR 1 and DR 2 has a hearing loop. Hearing aid users with a telecoil program can switch to their telecoil program for an excellent hearing experience.
More information about hearing loops: What is a hearing loop?
A hearing loop works with telecoil-equipped hearing aids.
Over 80 % of hearing aids have a telecoil. Check with your hearing aid provider to see if you have one. If you do ask to have it activated and programmed for use. Learn to turn it on and off when you need it. Download the request card Do I have a telecoil?
Click the link below to learn what a telecoil is: What is a Telecoil?
For those who need hearing help in that room and don’t have hearing aids or a telecoil, check out an assistive listening device (loop listener) from clubhouse staff.