Handicap parking is available and close to the facility entrance. There are handicap door buttons, however it may be limited due to COVID restrictions with entering and exiting the building. All of the visitor material and museum is located on one floor, with small ramps to some of the museum exhibits. Manual wheelchairs are available for use within the facility. There are many exhibits within the museum that have low lighting, which may present a problem for those with low vision. Visitors needing audio description may borrow an electronic device that plays a narrated description of the Morris Thompson exhibits, at no cost. Numerous exhibits are tactile throughout the visitor center, with touch tours available upon early request. For those visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing, Infrared assistive listening systems are installed in the theater, and headsets may be used at any seat. Headsets with induction neck loops are available for visitors who use hearing aids and cochlear implants with a “T” switch. Captioning is available for a selection of theater films as well.

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