The Morris Museum is committed to making the necessary changes for better access to our art, history, science, and culture for all visitors. Our goal is to make available services and programs over time to enhance visitor experience and provide a welcoming environment.
Access-ABILITY is the Morris Museum’s pioneering program that showcases the talents of members of our community living and thriving with disabilities.
Learn more about Access-ABILITY programs.
Parking spaces for people with disabilities are the first row of spaces directly next to the Museum. From the parking area, there is a wheelchair accessible sidewalk that leads to the main Museum entrance. Parking is free for all users.
Trained service animals are permitted inside the Museum to assist Museum patrons.
The Museum is accessible to wheelchair users. Wheelchairs are available on a first come first served basis at the admission desk in the lobby.
Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive Listening Devices are available free of charge for our service and theatrical programs at the admission desk.
Real Time Captioning (Open Captioning)
Open Captioning can be provided for theatrical main stage performances for the Bickford Theatre upon request. Requests must be made in a timely manner before any production and are conditional on the availability of captioners.
Large print labels are available in the temporary exhibits as well as in most permanent ones. Brochures can be printed in large print upon request. The Museum is Braille accessible.The Museum also tries to be very tactile and hands on in as many exhibits as possible.
Museum Tours and Programs
Visitors who are blind or who have low vision:
◦ Touch Tour and Audio Description Tour *
◦ Sculpture Tour
◦ Touch Galleries
Visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing:
◦ Audio Assistive Listening Devices Tour
American Sign Language Interpretation
Upon request given at least a two week notice by the individual for performances in the theatre, studio art class or docent tour we will provide, to the best of our ability, an American Sign Language interpreter or
Open Captioning is available upon request. Assistive Listening devices are also available. To take a virtual tour of the Bickford Theatre, click here.