At the History Colorado Center, we want all of our visitors to feel welcome. Here’s how we try to be accessible for everyone.
If you have additional questions you can email us or call 303/447-8679.
Parking is available in the Cultural Complex Garage and at meters on neighboring streets. A person with a valid disability placard or plate may park where there is metered parking without paying, for up to 4 hours or the amount of time on the meter, whichever is greater. The History Colorado Center has one accessible parking spot, on 12th Avenue between Lincoln and Broadway, on a first-come first-served basis.
If you need, we also have a loading dock on 12th Avenue between Lincoln and Broadway (see image below) with a ramp that leads to the main entrance.
Barrier-free doors with push-button entry are located at the museum’s main entrance on Broadway and side entrance on 12th Avenue. Elevators are located on the north side of the building.
You may check out a wheelchair at the Admissions desk; they're available on a first-come first-served basis. An ID is required. Wheelchair size is standard with a 250 lb. weight capacity.
All restrooms throughout the museum have an accessible stall; however, the ground-floor restroom near Café Rendezvous is the only truly accessible restroom. We have family restrooms at the northeast corner of the first, second, and fourth floors. We have a nursing room in the northeast corner of the third floor; please inquire at the Admissions desk.
Service animals—animals that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability—are allowed throughout the museum.
We offer closed captioning in all of our exhibits!