All areas of the Museum and Library are ADA compliant , and are accessible to people in wheelchairs via ramps and elevators. All Museum and Library exhibits are wheelchair accessible.
Parking - Parking at both facilities is free, and accessible parking spaces are located in both the main and over-flow parking lots.
Wheelchairs - Standard wheelchairs are available at both locations at no charge. Strollers are also available at the Museum.
Restrooms - All public restrooms include accessible facilities, and are ADA compliant. All restrooms have baby-changing stations.
Assistive Animals - Visitors, who require Service Animals, such as guide-dogs, are welcome to bring them into the Museum.
Hearing Impaired - To help visitors who are hearing impaired, a number of exhibits include closed captioning or text panels. The Museum Auditorium is equipped with a T-coil assisted listening loop, and hand-held units are available upon request. The Library Auditorium will be equipped with a T-coil loop (summer 2008).
Sign Language Interpreters –With a minimum of two weeks notice, the Museum is able to provide Sign Language Interpreters at no charge. Sign Language Interpreters who are accompanying school groups or the public and assisting visitors who are hearing impaired are admitted to the Museum at no charge.
Visually Impaired – With a minimum of two weeks notice, the Museum will provide an interpretive guide to groups or individuals at no charge.
Single visitors, adult groups or school groups with special needs can be accommodated at both the Museum and Library with guided tours. Please call (616) 254-0374 (Museum) and (734) 205-0540 (Library) for more information.