Lingyen Mountain Temple
10060 #5 Rd. Richmond, BC V7A 4E5
We found these features accessible:
- 5 accessible marked stall on the south side of the complex
- All accessible stalls are located near to the main entrance
- All raised walks have ramps at ends and near doorways
- Doors to the lobby are usually open when the Temple is open
- There is a powered door on the main floor leading from the courtyard to the elevator, washrooms, and cafeteria area.
- The lobby is very open with no barriers.
- There are 2 accessible elevators that can accommodate 1-2 wheelchairs (1 at the front and 1 at the back end of the complex)
- Dining Areas
- The cafeteria has long narrow tables that may be difficult to get knee clearance at.
- There is a vegetarian meal served daily between 10:50-12:00 (Saturday there is an extra service from 12:00-1:00)
- Meeting Areas
- The Temple area at the front of the complex can be accessed by elevator
- The lecture hall at the back of the complex can also be accessed by elevator (doors to the lecture hall are (900mm, or 36” wide).
The Lingyen Mountain Temple is one of Richmond first Buddhist Temples. There
is an accessible transit stop close to the entrance to the Temple. They are open to
the public for daily guided tours. A vegetarian lunch meal is offered daily between
10:50-12:00, with a second service from 12:00-1:00 on Saturdays only. Most public
areas can be viewed and are reasonably accessible. As well accessible washrooms are
available on the ground level. The staff and volunteers are very accommodating, and
will be happy to help wherever they can.