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- For Visitors with Disabilities and Special Needs
- • Admission is free for both special and traveling exhibitions and the Collection
- Gallery for those with disabilities as well as atomic bomb survivors.
- (A disabled persons’ certificate or atomic bomb survivors’ health handbook will be required.)
- • Admission is also free for one assistant (or, in special cases, two).
- • Museum visits accompanied by service dogs are permitted.
- • Visitors with disabilities may park their vehicles in front of the staff entrance.
- (Please ask the security guard for permission.)
- Wheelchair Access
- • The museum entrance is sloped to accommodate wheelchairs.
- • Eight wheelchairs are available for use.
- • A wheelchair-accessible elevator is located in the museum.
- • Restrooms are located on the first floor.
- For Blind and Partially Sighted Visitors
- • One of the two elevators is equipped with a Braille panel.
- • An intercom with a Braille panel is located outside of the museum.
- • Audio programs are available for selected special and traveling exhibitions.
- For Deaf Visitors
- • Communication board is available at the 1st floor information desk.
- For Visitors with Small Children
- • Admission is free for both special and traveling exhibitions
- and the Collection Gallery for visitors in middle school and younger.
- • Three strollers are available for use.
- • A baby-changing room is located next to the first-floor restroom.
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