Digital Accessibility

Telling Tales is committed to creating an accessible online environment and making its web documents available to everyone. However, there may be instances where not all content is in an accessible format, such as maps or Geographic Information System (G.I.S.) data, engineering drawings or complex technical data, and legacy applications or data. Should you need assistance obtaining an accessible alternative for non-accessible content, contact Telling Tales.

Westfield Heritage Village

The Main Event site is largely accessible, with some limitations. Most of our events are held outdoors or in accessible buildings with wheelchair ramps and grab bars at entrances. The main paths of the village are packed gravel, but some grassy areas may become muddy and difficult to navigate in the case of rain. Some historic buildings have small doorways and interiors. The bathrooms are accessible. For more information, contact Telling Tales or contact Westfield directly at 519-621-8851.


Festival Accessibility

Telling Tales strives to create festival events that are accessible to all. However, there may be limitations based on the sites themselves. Please read site information for more about accessibility at our two main festival locations.



Royal Botanical Gardens

Nature Tales is held at the Royal Botanical Gardens. The RBG is a mostly accessible site with accessible parking spaces and large, paved pathways through key areas of the gardens. Other gardens are accessible by fine-gravel paths or grassy areas, which may become difficult to navigate in the case of rain. For more information visit the RBG website.