980 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222.
Click the directions link in the map below for step-by-step directions to the August Wilson Cultural Center from any location.
REAL-TIME PARKING INFORMATION
Visit ParkPGH, a project of The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, for real-time garage parking information provided by iPhone app, mobile website, text messaging, traditional website, and call-in service.
Multiple public transportation routes service the August Wilson Cultural Center, including Port Authority buses and “T” light-rail service. For schedules, rates and general information about these services, visit Port Authority’s online Trip Planner or call 412.442.2000. Please note that the Port Authority buses are free for travel within the Downtown zone until 7 PM; the “T” is always free Downtown.
There are multiple locations throughout the Cultural District where cyclists can secure their bikes safely. Penn Avenue is now one way to vehicular traffic westbound from 16th Street to 6th Street. A two-way bike lane now occupies the eastbound side of the street. Bike Pittsburgh offers a variety of maps to find the best bike route to the AWC.
The August Wilson Cultural Center is committed to creating an inclusive and welcoming experience for all audiences. We continually evaluate our environment and our staff to make enhancements so that all patrons have a fully engaged and enjoyable experience.
People who are Blind or Have Low Vision
• Large Print Playbills and Braille Programs available for select shows.
• Guide dogs gladly accommodated. Please inquire when buying tickets.
• People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
• Assistive Listening Devices are available.
• Sign Language Interpretation is available upon request for select shows
• People who have Mobility Disabilities
• Courtesy Wheelchairs
• Curbside Assistance
• Accessible Entrances
• Accessible Seating
• Accessible Restrooms
• Doormen and ushers are available for assistance at every performance.
If you have specific questions, please feel free to ask your ticketing representative or call the
August Wilson Cultural Center at 412-339-1011.