Children’s Museum of Illinois is an inclusive museum with facilities, offices, exhibits, services, programs, and staff accessible to all. We are proud to offer the following accommodations to anyone who can benefit from them:
- The entire museum is wheelchair accessible.
- Elevators serve each of the museum’s floors.
- All bathrooms and water fountains are wheelchair accessible.
- Service animals are always welcome.
The Social Story describes each of Children’s Museum of Illinois’ exhibits from a child’s perspective and helps families choose exhibits to visit. The Social Story, specially designed for children with developmental disabilities, is appropriate for any child who would like to know about exhibits and activities. CLICK HERE to download the Social Story.
The following devices are available at the museum’s admissions desk:
- Sound-reducing headphones
- Personal Museum schedules
Sensory Friendly Hours
The first Saturday (9A-10A) and Sunday (12P-1P) of each month.
Visit Children’s Museum of Illinois at a time where the exhibits are turned down and the crowd is controlled.
These hours are a perfect time to visit the Museum as a family with your child with sensory processing disorder, autism, or other special needs.
Thank you to JWA (Junior Welfare Association), Not Forgotten, and Millikin University’s College of Education for their support in making our museum more accessible and inclusive.