The museum is accessible to disabled visitors. Ramps and elevators serve the north entrance. Wheelchairs are available at the coat check in the north lobby. Most of the historic 1916 building is accessible, but visitors must enter from the north via the new east wing. The south steps, which are open during the spring and summer, are not wheelchair accessible.
Assisted listening devices are available for use in the lecture and recital halls (ask attendant or projectionist).
Service animals accompanying disabled individuals are welcome.
SPECIAL NEEDS TOURS
Specially designed tours for visually impaired and hearing-impaired visitors are offered by prior arrangement. Contact the education department.