Although we still have much work to do to be fully accessible to persons with disabilities, we do offer the following and welcome you to the museum. We will update this page as we make improvements.

  • Designated accessible parking spaces on gravel lot.
  • The path (slight hill) to the entrance is crusher dust.
  • Outside there is an accessible picnic table near the parking lot, a bench in front of museum and chairs available within house.
  • Please note, the main entrance has four stairs with railings and then an additional step up (no railing).
  • A side door can provide an alternate entry with only one exterior step and then three interior steps (with railings) to the Birthplace of Hockey Museum.  Please knock to notify staff.
  • Gender-neutral, single-person washrooms on-site (3).   
  • Most doors and frames are wide enough for crutches, interior doors are propped open and there are no major obstacles within the path of circulation.
  • The upper and lower levels are only accessible via steep and narrow wooden staircases. Pictures of these areas are available, and staff are on hand to share stories and answer questions.
  • Written tour documents are printed and available to give to visitors who would like to read the information (available in English, French and German)