The museum's front lobby has a wheelchair accessible entry on the South wall that staff can open for any visitor.
To enter the main exhibit hall visitors must pass through a 33-inch wide brick doorway. The interactive electricity room is also limited by its original brick structure, requiring visitors to pass through a 23-inch wide brick doorway.
Visitors must ascend a short staircase to tour inside of Historic Car 360. There is a video tour of Car 360 available inside the museum to all visitors.
A 360° Google tour of Car 360 can be seen here: http://ow.ly/jzx150xCyPr
All ADA-recognized service animals are welcome in the museum.
The museum is accessible via DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit) rail: Take the Red Line to Downtown Plano Station. From the Downtown Plano Station walk west across the parking lot and into Haggard Park, the museum is the green and brick building on the left.
Main Exhibit Room Sensory Guide
These sensory guides indicate which senses each exhibit engages, to what degree each sense is engaged, and how difficult an exhibit will be to use.
The museum is typically calmest during the following periods:
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays (10:00 am – 11:00 am) and rainy days
The museum is generally busiest on Fridays from 10:30am – 11:30am during Storytime.
Sensory Guide: Electricity Room
The interactive electricity room is also limited in accessibility by its original brick structure, requiring visitors to pass through a 23-inch wide brick doorway.
Our efforts to make the Interurban Railway Museum as welcoming as possible to all visitors are ongoing. If you need any accommodations that are not mentioned above or have questions, please email us at email@example.com or call 972-941-2117.