For more information and questions about how we can accommodate your specific needs, call (855) 955-MOCA and or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Canal Street 6 subway station is accessible: Elevators at northeast corner (for northbound service) and northwest corner (for southbound service) of Canal Street and Lafayette Street. Passageways to other routes (N, R, Q, J, Z) are not accessible.
We are also off the M9, M15, M103 bus lines.
For more accessible stations in the MTA network, visit the MTA Guide to Accessible Transit.
The museum is accessible to wheelchair users and other visitors who need to avoid stairs. A wheelchair-accessible entrance to the museum is located at 215 Centre Street. Wheelchairs are available free of charge; to reserve or request an escort for a wheelchair user in the museum (advanced notice is preferred), call (855) 955-MOCA or email email@example.com.
Restrooms are located at the basement level and are wheelchair accessible by lift.
Social Narrative & Preparing For Your Visit
Children on the autism spectrum who visit the museum can familiarize themselves with the exhibits and services independently by utilizing our social narrative, which describes what to expect during a visit to the museum. Please click here to access the social narrative.
Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Written transcripts of select video core portraits and oral histories from the exhibition are available.
ASL interpreters may be requested for programs and tours, as well as private ASL-interpreted tours. At least two weeks’ notice is required. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blind or Low Vision
Visitors may schedule a guided tour with an educator to explore our core exhibition through select artifacts and objects in the museum’s teaching collection. Detailed descriptions, tactile/touch objects, and exhibit architecture are integrated throughout the gallery tour. Large print guidebooks and exhibit labels are also available at the front desk. Please email email@example.com or call (855) 955-MOCA at least three weeks in advance to schedule a tour.
Note: Lighting in the core exhibition and galleries may be dimmed to protect the objects and artifacts on display.
Our Saturday drop-in program, MOCACREATE, welcomes families and children with developmental or learning disabilities and those on the autism spectrum. Children and adults with a range of abilities and learning styles can enjoy multisensory workshops that include tactile opportunities and art-making activities. MOCACREATE explores a new theme every month! Free with museum admission; click here for more information.
School or Community Groups
Our tours and educational programs are modified to meet the needs of your group. To schedule a group visit and to request accommodations and services (at least 4 weeks advance notice recommended), please call (855) 955-MOCA or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Examples of offerings include:
- Enhanced sensory tours for students with developmental or learning disabilities
- Modified school programs
- Workshops for individuals with developmental or learning disabilities
- Verbal Description/Touch Tours
- Large Print and Visual Aids
- Assistive listening devices
- American Sign Language interpretation