Large dome structure with exit midway up onto a catwalk space. Guest in wheelchair is on catwalk with caretaker and other guests in the background.

Museum Accessibility

The State Museum is committed to providing accessible and inclusive guest experiences.

Museum Hours

The museum is closed today

Plan Your Visit


Accessible parking spaces are available on a first come, first served basis. Spaces are marked and located along the front drive outside the main entrance and in the upper and lower section of the parking deck. Click on the map below and/or download a .pdf version.

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Building Accessibility

  • Wheelchairs are available by request on a first come first served basis. Guests may inquire at the Admissions Desk.
  • Accessible bathrooms are currently located on the first floor of museum, near the planetarium.
  • Elevators are available for guests to easily access all four floors of the museum.


4D Theater

  • Wheelchair seating is available in the theater.
  • Closed captioning, descriptive audio and assistive listening devices are available by request.



  • Wheelchair seating is available in the planetarium.
  • Assistive listening devices available by request.
  • Select planetarium shows have open captioning available by request, just look for the ‘caption’ icon under the show listings.
  • Sensory bags and noise canceling headphones available by request.


Woman and young boy stand in front of dinosaur skeleton as the boy makes a 'Rawr' face with hands up like dinosaur claws in the direction of the woman

Accessibility Mornings

Each month the museum hosts a special morning designed for families of children, teenagers, young adults and adults who would benefit from a quieter, sensory-friendly and disability-adapted experience at the museum.

Learn More About Accessibility Mornings