Visiting a museum should be a vacation activity option available to all. That's why it's essential for these cultural institutions to prioritize accessibility. "Museums have made great strides in recent years to become accessible and meet the needs of visitors with disabilities," Miriam Eljas, the co-founder and CEO of accessibleGO.com, told Travel + Leisure, noting many offer programming for guests who use wheelchairs, and who need audio or visual assistance. "In general, most museums — especially those built more recently — are all accessible to some degree, but there are some that go above and beyond with specific features, offerings, and events, including sensory days."
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