The History Museum on the Square is dedicated to providing a welcoming experience to all visitors. We want everyone to have a great time at the museum, and we strive to make our facility and exhibits accessible for everyone.
Accessible parking is located behind the museum in the public parking lots at the corner of Boonville Avenue and Olive Street. Several parking garages are located in the nearby area. Visitors may also be dropped off at the front of the museum on the square; however, parking is not available at this location.
The museum is wheelchair and stroller accessible with an elevator available to reach all floors. A manual wheelchair is available onsite free of charge. Visitors may check it out on a first come, first serve basis.
ADA Service Animals
In accordance with the federal government’s guidelines, ADA service animals are allowed at the History Museum on the Square. The History Museum on the Square welcomes dogs that are individually trained to perform a task or work for a person with a disability. Pets, comfort animals, and emotional support animals are not allowed in the museum.
Restrooms are available on all floors, and a family restroom can be found on the second floor. All restrooms are equipped with wheelchair-accessible stalls.
Videos in the History Museum on the Square are open captioned, though traveling or temporary exhibit videos may not be.
Sensory Friendly Mornings
Every second Saturday of the month from 10am-12pm, the History Museum on the Square hosts Sensory Friendly Mornings. During this time frame, lights in the museum will be dimmer, sounds will be quieter, and when possible, quiet spaces will be available in the museum. Please contact the museum ahead of time for a sensory map or social story to prepare for your visit. General Admission applies.