Visitors with Disabilities
Mobility-impaired visitors will find The Museum to be wheelchair and mobility-scooter friendly. The access ramp entrance is located at the east end of the front of the Museum.
For your convenience, two wheelchairs are available for use while visiting the Museum. They are lent, free of charge, on a first-come, first-served basis. We regret that wheelchairs cannot be reserved in advance, nor may they leave the building.
The Museum offers sign-language tours for hearing-impaired visitors by special request. Two weeks notice is required for this service.
See Museum Guidelines for more information.
Patrons with disabilities that prevent them from visiting in person can now experience the Museum remotely with the use of a computer. The Beam, on loan from Suitable Technologies, is a smart telepresence device that uses high-quality audiovisual equipment and a Wi-Fi connection to navigate through galleries by remote control. For more information, please email email@example.com.