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Hours, Admission & Guidelines

Hours, Admission & Guidelines2021-06-14T14:27:30-04:00

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While Here

  • Please observe the 25 mph speed limit as you drive through the neighborhoods entering or leaving Heritage
  • We do not have an ATM, but both the cafe and shop accept credit and debit cards
  • You may bring your own food, water, and soft drinks for a picnic
  • Restrooms are wheelchair accessible; family restrooms are available at the entrance and in the J.K. Lilly Automobile Gallery
  • For those with mobility issues, our main path is paved with moderate hills. A few areas are steeply graded and we have many shell and wood chipped paths that may be manageable with an able-bodied assistant or are located near an ADA transport stop. Complimentary transportation is available at seven fixed stops throughout the grounds
  • Photography is permitted for personal, non-commercial use unless noted by staff or signage. See our photography policy for more information
  • In case of a severe weather occurrence during your visit, please follow staff instructions, for your safety. You may be asked to take shelter until bad weather has safely passed.

Restrictions

  • No pets are allowed. We welcome registered service dogs
  • We are a smoke-free property. The use of tobacco or e-cigarettes is prohibited
  • Do not pick living plants or touch objects on exhibit except where permission is indicated
  • Bicycles, skateboards, hoverboards, and similar equipment are prohibited from the grounds
  • Visitors are not permitted to bring alcohol; beer and wine may be purchased at our cafe
  • The use of tripods or other photography equipment (including drones) is not permitted on the grounds without prior approval. View our full photography policy.

Accessibility for All Visitors

  • Heritage strives to be accessible to visitors of all ages and abilities.
  • For those with mobility issues, our main path is paved with moderate hills. A few areas are steeply graded and we have many shell and wood chipped paths that may be manageable with an able-bodied assistant or are located near an ADA transport stop.
  • Complimentary transportation for visitors with mobility challenges and can be accessed at seven fixed stops throughout the grounds at benches marked with the International Symbol of Access. Transport makes continuous loops approximately every 30 minutes.
  • Wheelchairs are available for visitors at the ticket booth. Wheelchairs will be cleaned between each use.
  • Restrooms and the café are also wheelchair accessible. We have outdoor and indoor accessible water fountains on the grounds and in gallery spaces.
  • There are spaces reserved for handicapped parking, which are clearly marked.
  • Please add any suggestions for increasing our accessibility to all visitors by emailing us at info@heritagemuseums.org

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