At MBCM, we strive to engage all children and families in hands-on, fun learning experiences! Our accessibility and inclusion initiatives help ensure the Museum can be enjoyed by as many people as possible, no matter their family makeup, cultural identity, economic situation, or mental or physical ability.

Accessibility has been, and continues to be, a core value of the Miriam P. Brenner Children’s Museum since its opening in 1999. We believe in the power of play at the Miriam P. Brenner Children’s Museum, and we strive to be a space for all. We welcome children and families of all race, color, religion, income level, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, citizenship status, and other characteristics protected by law. Since our founding, it has been important that the Miriam P. Brenner Children’s Museum is a true reflection of our community.


Play is an essential part of childhood development despite social, physical, and cultural differences. We strive to apply principles of diversity, inclusion, and access in all aspects of the Museum’s operations. We believe every family entering the Miriam P. Brenner Children’s Museum should be able to have a positive experience, free from bias. In order to meet our mission, we are committed to making MBCM an accessible and inclusive Museum. It is our goal to make the Museum’s facilities, offices, exhibits, services, programs, and staff welcoming to all.


Wheelchair accessibility

• Most exhibits in the Miriam P. Brenner Children’s Museum are wheelchair accessible.
• Wheelchairs are available, free of charge, at the admissions desk when you enter. Please call ahead (336.574.2898) to make sure one is available for your use.
• All bathrooms and water fountains are wheelchair accessible.
• Accessible parking is available in our parking lot. A ramp leads from parking to our front door.