Girl in wheelchair with adult man kneeling next to her. Both have colorful paint on their faces and the wheelchairs is sitting on a large canvas with paints on its wheels to draw fun patterns and make art.

Disability Pride Day

This special day celebrates those with disabilities with fun, inclusive activities such as a hands-on art project, special tours and shows with ASL interpretation, an Astronomy Touch Zone and more.

Museum Hours

The museum is closed today

Plan Your Visit
ASL Interpretation
Assistive Listening Device
Captioning Available
Suitable for All Ages
Timed Tickets Required
Wheelchair Accessible
Event Date
Sat., July 8 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Join the State Museum on Disability Pride Day as we celebrate those with disabilities through inclusive activities.

Participants can get creative with Zot Art Community Art Creation and enjoy museum tours and shows featuring ASL interpretation, sponsored by Colonial Life. Plus, meet popular storybook character, Curious George, and lots more.


  • Museum highlights tour with ASL interpretation provided by the SC School for the Deaf and the Blind  

  • Zot Art Community Art Creation 

  • Astronomy Touch Zone with braille booklets and tactile materials from NASA 

  • Silent Disco provided by the Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry 

  • Sensory Room  

  • Sensory friendly shows in the planetarium and 4D theater with ASL interpretation

  • Meet our program partners and learn how they can be a resource for you and your family

  • Crescent Café available for on-site dining 

Pre-registration for Disability Pride Day is required and will be available online in June.

Disability Pride Day activities are free for participants, with the exception of planetarium and 4D theater shows which carry an additional charge.

Pre-registration for Disability Pride Day Will Open on June 12

Program Sponsors & Partners

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