170 Central Park West10024 New York , NY
New York US
The New-York Historical Society strives to ensure that all visitors, despite any physical disability, are able to not only have access to the building and galleries, but also have an experience comparable to those without disabilities. The Society is currently under renovations and while the research library will remain open throughout the construction period, the museum galleries will not reopen until November 11, 2011.
Facility Access Information
Wheelchair Parking Location:
No parking facilities on site.
170 Central Park West
2 W 77 Street is the Society's accessible entrance. The ramp has rails on both sides. The front door to the building is powered, as is the interior door to the Museum Store.
Café / Restaurant:
Café/Restaurant is wheelchair accessible
Large-print menu available
Wheelchairs are available at the admissions desk.
Children’s Backpack Carriers:
Strollers are permitted in most galleries.
All restrooms are accessible
Accessible Restroom Location:
While all restrooms have accessible stalls, our first- and second-floor bathrooms also have powered doors. On the first floor, three of the five bathrooms are large, unisex private rooms.
Family / unisex restroom available (wheelchair accessible)
Family/Unisex Restroom Location:
There are three family/unisex bathrooms on the first floor. The restrooms in the lower level have baby changing facilities
Sitting Area Location:
Throughout the building in select hallways and in all exhibitions galleries.
Lightweight folding gallery stools are available free of charge at the admissions desk.