Hands on galleries and interactive exhibits aimed at children up to age 12, with a special toddler area. Second level is accessible via a lift, but you must request the key from the Box Office. Braille is displayed on all exit doors, elevators and restrooms. Service animals welcome.
Attractions for Houston (8)
Museums & Gardens
A museum not only about the Holocaust, but dedicated to the dangers of hatred, prejudice and apathy. Wheelchair accessible. A cell phone-based audio commentary is available for the Permanent Exhibit "Bearing Witness: A Community Remembers."
Learn about the process and history of crafting from different materials such as wood, glass or clay. Watch artists at work and explore the craft garden. Wheelchair accessible.
A one of a kind museum offering a look into funerals across the ages. Wheelchair accessible. The museum will make special arrangements for visitors who are deaf, blind or have low vision.
The history of Texas, housed in a giant monument. A staff member will escort blind visitors through the gallery and read exhibit labels. Mostly wheelchair accessible, including the theater, but the windows on the observation deck are too high to be viewed comfortably from a wheelchair.
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