Accessible Programming for Visitors with Disabilities

The Milwaukee Public Museum strives to make its exhibits, programs, and facilities accessible to all visitors.

If you have questions or would like to receive additional information about accessibility at the Milwaukee Public Museum, please contact Dawn Koceja, Accessibility Coordinator, at or 414-278-6943.

New Museum  app now available!

MPM All In is a free app that helps families and groups, including visitors with autism and disabilities, plan their visit or interact while at the Museum. Features include exhibit social stories with videos, a customizable schedule, sensory-friendly Museum maps, communication prompts, and more. This app is designed to help all visitors feel welcome and supported while exploring all that MPM has to offer.

Get it on Google Play

Current experiences available:

  • Explorer Kits - Canvas bags that contain themed 3D objects and Braille exhibit guides available to check out
  • Streets of Old Milwaukee exhibit app (visual scripts and audio guide)
  • Assisted Listening Devices in Daniel M. Soref Dome Theater
  • Captioned films in the Daniel M. Soref Dome Theater
  • Captioned exhibit digital media
  • CART Captioned Lectures
  • Courtesy wheelchairs in several sizes
  • Accessible parking
  • Accessible entrances & elevators
  • Benches on all exhibit floors
  • Accessible restrooms
  • Accessible seating in Daniel M. Soref Dome Theater
  • Family quiet space

Experiences coming soon!

  • Touch Spot / Sensory Maps
  • Sensory Tours