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Magnolia Market Questions & Answers

Houston, Texas

Is it handcap friendly

over a year ago Answer

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Dallas, Texas
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The main shopping areas and food trucks are handicapped accessible. The Magnolia Bakery is not. Some handicap parking on street in front of The Silos.

over a year ago
Marion, Iowa
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Yes it is handicap friendly

over a year ago
Miami, Florida
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Yes

over a year ago
Weatherford, Texas
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The main store has a ramp and elevator. The bakery is not as friendly, but the main grounds are very open on the ground level.

over a year ago
Fort Worth, Texas
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The shop and grounds are but if you visit the bakery it would be best to have the people with you to order for you while waiting at a table outside there is no ramps to the bakery other than that I t all seem ada compliant . There is a threshold going to the bathroom .

over a year ago
Fort Worth, Texas
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Yes it is handicap friendly. There are ramps going into the main store and the play area, food trucks and bakery are ground level. There is a drop off spot right in front and it is kept open and moving. I didn't think the one bathroom I visited was particularly ADA friendly though it did have a handicapped stall. It just seemed tight to maneuver in. With that being said, my brother was in a wheelchair and could maneuver himself in places I wouldn't have dreamed of.

over a year ago
Texas
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The Magnolia Market and grounds are handicapped accessible, but the bakery is not.

over a year ago
Louisville, Kentucky
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I feel certain they would accommodate you the best they could. Early in the morning is the best time. The help at Magnolia is as nice as Chip and Joanna themselves. We did not see them as I'm certain they are busy with the taping of the show. We were there just prior to this season starting. It's well worth the visit.

over a year ago
Louisville, Kentucky
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I feel certain they would accommodate you the best they could. Early in the morning is the best time. The help at Magnolia is as nice as Chip and Joanna themselves. We did not see them as I'm certain they are busy with the taping of the show. We were there just prior to this season starting. It's well worth the visit.

over a year ago
Deerfield, Illinois
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The majority of the experience is outside, but if it's rained, it's going to be messy. That said, I believe the store has ramps but it's PACKED full of things to navigate. I wouldn't let that deter you from experiencing it though. The downstairs of the store is accessed via the outside garage door... The garden house will be way too tight to maneuver but the gardens outside can be.

over a year ago
University Park, Texas
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There are ramps for wheelchairs or walkers however it is usually very crowded so navigating the store can be tough.

over a year ago
Norwood, Georgia
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Many of the areas are handicap access but I would not guarantee all. Recommend that you call to verify

over a year ago
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