My child has special needs. Are there resources to make the museum more accessible?

Yes! Sensory bags are available for checkout at the front desk. These bags include noise reduction headphones, communication cards, light reduction glasses, fidget/relaxation toys and other tools to make the museum more accessible. If you have other recommendations for how our museum could be more accessible for your family, please email Abby at aboggs@normal.org or call 309-433-3455.

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1. Is the museum wheel chair/stroller accessible?
2. Is there a place to park my stroller if I do not want to take it into the museum?
3. Are service animals allowed in the museum?
4. My child has special needs. Are there resources to make the museum more accessible?
5. My child occasionally needs to take a break in a quiet space. Where can we do this at the museum?
6. Is there a space for nursing mothers at the museum?