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Accessibility at Access Pass Attractions

All of the Access Pass attractions strive to be inclusive and welcoming to all guests. Each attraction offers resources and accommodations to ensure all guests enjoy their visit. Here’s a list of what is available at each attraction.

Please note that this information is subject to change. Please contact each attraction for specific information before you visit.

The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

  • Adult and youth wheelchairs are available in the Welcome Center at no charge 
  • Accessible entrances, doors, elevators, and restrooms
  • Service dogs welcome
  • Adaptive equipment in the Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience®
  • Accessible Carousel
  • ASL-interpreted shows in Lilly Theater and assistive listening devices in Lilly Theater and the Schaefer Planetarium and Space Object Theater
  • Sensory resources
  • Noise-reducing headphones and fidget toys available at the Concierge Desk
  • Visit https://www.childrensmuseum.org/visit/accessibility for more information

Conner Prairie

  • Wheelchairs available at no charge, available on a first-come, first-serve basis
  • Most, but not all, historic buildings are accessible by wheelchair
  • Sensory-sensitive quiet areas
  • Sensory-sensitive hours each month
  • Fully accessible playground in Ag Adventures at Estridge Family Park 
  • Visit https://www.connerprairie.org/plan/hours-and-admission/accessibility/ for more information

Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art

  • Manual wheelchairs and canes available free of charge at the admissions desk
  • Accessible entrances, restrooms, and elevators
  • Free noise-reducing headphones
  • Audio description and touch stations available
  • Open captioning on videos
  • Visit https://eiteljorg.org/policies/accessibility-services/ for more information

Accessibility resources at the Eiteljorg
Image courtesy of Eiteljorg

Indiana Historical Society

  • Complimentary manual wheelchairs
  • Power doors
  • Accessible restrooms, elevators and drinking fountains
  • Closed captioning on videos
  • Quiet areas available
  • Visit https://indianahistory.org/visit/accessibility/ for more information

Indiana Repertory Theatre

  • Closed captioning for all virtual shows
  • Visit https://www.irtlive.com/your-visit/accessibility for more information

Indiana State Museum

  • Manual wheelchairs available free of charge
  • Power doors
  • Braille signage
  • Accessible elevators, entrances, drinking fountains, and restrooms
  • Open captioned videos
  • ASL interpretation available with 48-hour notice
  • Interactive tour for visually impaired visitors
  • Visit https://www.indianamuseum.org/accessibility/ for more information

Accessibility resources are available at Access Pass cultural attractions
Image courtesy of Indiana State Museum

Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum

  • Printed transcriptions of history video available for guests with hearing impairments
  • ADA compliant elevator, theater seating
  • Special touch tour for guests with severe vision impairment
  • Visit https://imsmuseum.org/plan-your-visit/ for more information

NCAA Hall of Champions

  • Wheelchairs available for use on a first-come, first-served basis
  • Accessible entrances, restrooms, elevators
  • Power doors
  • Braille signage
  • ASL interpretation for tours available with 72 hour notice
  • Visit https://www.ncaahallofchampions.org/accessibility/ for more information


  • Accessible restrooms are located on Floor 1 and in The Toby inside the Indianapolis Museum of Art, as well as Lilly House, Randolph H. Deer Special Events Pavilion, and the Ruth Lilly Visitors Pavilion in Fairbanks Park
  • Service dogs or service dogs-in-training are welcome to visit all buildings and The Garden on the Newfields campus, and the Miller House and Garden located in Columbus, Indiana. The service dog must be under physical or voice control of the guest at all times
  • Free indoor wheelchairs and rollators are available from the Welcome Desk
  • Free and accessible parking is located both on the main surface lot and in the underground parking garage
  • Visit https://discovernewfields.org/visit#things-to-know for more information

Rhythm! Discovery Center

  • Accessible elevator, entrances, and restrooms
  • Visit http://rhythmdiscoverycenter.org/hours-and-admission/for more information

Terre Haute Children’s Museum

  • Open floor plan and all hallways, exhibits, and restrooms are handicap accessible 
  • Elevator accessible from each floor
  • Visit https://thchildrensmuseum.com/faqs/ for more information


  • Accessible restrooms, drinking fountains, elevator
  • Open floor plan
  • Free noise-reducing headphones for use during visit
  • Free wheelchairs available for use during visit
  • Wheelchair access to WonderGarden with paved pathway access from the B-Line Trail
  • Visit http://www.wonderlab.org/plan-your-visit/accessibility/ for more information