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The Queens Museum strives to be accessible to all visitors, including those with varying abilities. For more information about ArtAccess programs, which provide unique education opportunities for children and adults with varying physical, emotional, behavioral and cognitive abilities, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 718.592.9700 x138.
For our visitors with autism, we have provided a social story for visitors, care partners and teachers to use in preparation for their visit with us.
Large-print label booklets are available for some special exhibitions. They can be found in dispensers near exhibitions or at the Museum’s information desk.
Braille transcriptions are available for some special exhibitions. They can be requested at the Museum’s information desk.
Tactile and/or verbal description tours can be arranged by contacting the Museum with two-weeks advance notice email@example.com or 718.592.9700 x138
Sign Language interpreters are available for museum programs and tours. We kindly ask for two weeks’ notice. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or 718.592.9700 x138
Assistive listening devices for museum tours and programs are available upon request. Headsets are available for a group of up to 12 visitors. The system may be obtained at the front desk with an ID. You may let your educator/ group leader know if you would like the system to be utilized during your visit.
The Museum is accessible to wheelchair users. Wheelchairs are available free of charge at the coat-check in the lobby area on a first-come, first-served basis.
Service animals are welcome.