Basic accessibility information for the Roebling Museum is below. If you need more information or assistance so that we may accommodate your needs, please call the museum at 609-499-7200 or e-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
PARKING AND ENTRANCE
Designated spaces are available in the museum’s parking area at the main entrance to the museum off of Hornberger Avenue. The museum’s main entrance is up a slightly inclined paved walkway approximately 150 feet long. An accessible ramp and door lead into the main lobby of the Roebling Museum.
For people with limited mobility, a drop-off area to a door on street level on Second Avenue is available. Please proceed to the back entrance of the museum, by following the gate surrounding the building to Second Avenue. (First right out of the parking area.) After drop-off, cars should be parked in the museum lot. There is no designated patron parking on Second Avenue.
The museum galleries, restrooms and Roma Bank Media Room are completely accessible by wheelchair. A wheelchair is available in the main lobby on a first-come first-served basis. If you arrive at the museum and need assistance, please call 609-499-7200 and a volunteer can assist you from the parking area.
Service animals are welcome in the Roebling Museum.
The labels for most museum exhibits are in 14 and 18 point type. Larger print materials on the text of the main exhibit labels are available at the front desk.
Many of the museum’s exhibits include artifacts, tools and reproductions that can be handled by all visitors. For a specialized tour, please call in advance so that the museum may accommodate any special needs.
The museum gift shop is located in a portion of the lobby of the museum; most all items are located in areas negotiable by wheelchair. Volunteers are available to help with any items that are not reachable.
The museum is proactive in making all our programs accessible to students with special needs. Please call ahead at 609-499-7200 and we will make every effort to accommodate your request.
The museum’s exhibits do not require the use of audible equipment. The Roma Bank Media Room is equipped with assisted listening devices for our orientation film and lectures.