The Museum of Danish America is committed to removing barriers to access and ensuring our museum is a welcoming space for all.

The main museum building and Genealogy and Education Center are both wheelchair-accessible. The Museum also has a wheelchair available for visitors; inquire at the front desk if you would like to use it during your visit.

The Museum has two accessible parking spots, located on the driveway to the right of the entrance to the museum. The main floor bathrooms have larger stalls with grab bars; there is also a gender-neutral family restroom available on the lower level that is wheelchair accessible. There is elevator access to all three floors of the main building.

Large format labels are available for many of the exhibits; please inquire at the front desk if you would like to use these for your visit. In general, there are no flashing lights or loud noises in the galleries, although there are some areas with video content playing.

Bedstemor's House is a historic property with narrow spaces and a steep staircase that may not be suitable for visitors with limited mobility. We have a virtual tour available so that everyone can still see and enjoy the space.

If you have any questions about accessibility at the museum, please contact