The John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum welcomes visitors with disabilities to enjoy our exhibits, and to participate in our programs and events. We offer a variety of resources to ensure the accessibility of the Museum and our programming.
ACCESSING THE MUSEUM
PARKING AND ARRIVAL
There is one designated handicapped parking space in front of the museum on 397 Main Street and a ramp to enter the museum is on the front left side of the building. There are two additional handicap parking spots located in the municipal parking lot behind the museum.
Volunteers wearing Docent buttons can be found throughout the first floor of the museum. They are here to answer your questions about the Museum’s history, collections, and exhibitions. Museum Store and Admission staff can also assist with questions about accessibility resources.
VISITORS WITH LIMITED MOBILITY
The Museum offers a limited number of wheelchairs, and walkers for use, free of charge, on a first-come, first-served basis. Please inquire at the admission desk. Motorized wheelchairs are permitted through all doorways.
VISITORS WHO ARE BLIND OR HAVE LOW VISION
Service animals are welcome in the Museum.
GETTING AROUND THE MUSEUM
An elevator for visitor access to all public floors is located on the first floor.
Accessible restrooms are located on the main level of the museum.
The Museum offers a variety of talks and tours for visitors. Private tours for school and adult groups can also be scheduled in advance. For more information please call Jennifer Pappalardo 508-790-3077×3.
If you have other access questions or need additional help planning your visit to the JFK Hyannis Museum, please call 508-790-3077 x3 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.