Mandel Hall Accessibility

Mandel Hall

Access to Mandel Hall

The 57th Street entrance to the Reynolds Club, home to Mandel Hall, is accessible with a ramp into the foyer and a lift to the main floor. From here, Mandel Hall lies directly down the main hallway, and all main floor seating of Mandel Hall is accessible without stairs.


Street parking is free and plentiful around the Reynold's Club in the evenings and on the weekends. Visitor parking is also available in surface lots at University Avenue and 59th Street (after 4 pm and on weekends) and Ellis Avenue and 56th Street, and in a garage at Ellis Avenue and 55th Street.

Inside the Reynolds Club and Mandel Hall

Originally constructed in 1903 to replicate St. John's College in Oxford, the Reynolds Clubhouse has been updated to be accessible to all guests. All main floor seating inside Mandel Hall is accessible without stairs, and there are sixteen wheelchair accessible seats with companion seating.

Accessible men's and women's restrooms on the lower level are reached by an elevator near the entrance to Hutchinson Commons in the grand foyer on the main level. Assisted listening devices for Mandel Hall are available on request, and large-print programs may be requested at the UChicago Presents marketing table.