This page will be updated as upgrades are made.
Main museum entrance is located on the first floor, facing the riverfront on East Freedom Way. Street parking and an accessible public garage is available adjacent to the museum Learn more about parking →
Limited wheelchairs are available to visitors on a first-come, first-served basis. These wheelchairs are available free of charge. Advance reservations are not available.
Accessible restrooms are available on the first, third and fourth floors of the museum.
Elevators are available for visitors to access each floor of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
Groups with Disabilities
All groups are welcome at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center! To schedule a visit, please contact our Group Sales Coordinator at 513-333-7542 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blind or Partially Sighted Visitors
The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is in the beta test stage of a new audio guide experience. More information to come.
Deaf or Hard of Hearing Visitors
Permanent gallery videos are open captioned and temporary exhibition space audio elements are transcribed via exhibit panels or gallery guide.
Service animals are welcome at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
Parents with Young Children
Our restrooms are equipped with changing stations and nursing is welcome at the museum. A family restroom is available on the first floor.