The National Museum of Crime & Punishment (NMCP) welcomes the general public to its exhibitions and programs. Tickets are required for admission. Visitors who need special assistance to tour the Museum or participate in its programs should contact the Museum a minimum of fourteen days prior to their visit so that the Museum will have sufficient time to arrange for appropriate assistance. The Museum will make a reasonable effort to accommodate all of its visitors' needs. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.
The museum is wheelchair accessible, with an elevator accessing all three floors. The museum does not have wheelchairs available for use, but guests are always able to bring their own necessary devices.
Yelp review dated January 14, 2012: "Wheelchair and stroller accessible. One member of our group was in a wheelchair and we had no trouble getting her around the museum."
Audio tours are available for our guests with severe vision impairments. Trained service animals are permitted to accompany visitors with disabilities. For guests with lighting sensitivity, a flashlight may be requested.
Scripts of all sound effects are available for our guests with hearing impairments.