We aim to make Hands on History Museum accessible for everyone to enjoy. If there’s anything we can do to support your visit, please get in touch: email@example.com
Guidance and assistance dogs are welcome.
Baby change facilities are available in the accessible toilet. (Currently closed for refurbishment.)
Braille alphabet blocks are available in the Victorian storytelling area.
BSL interpretation is available for talks and tours.
The museum is free for everyone, so carers are welcome to join the people they support on their visit.
You’ll find blue badge parking on South Church Side (our street) or nearby on Silver Street.
There’s also parking at Market Place (on-street), Osbourne Street and Lowgate (multi-storey) or Wilberforce Drive (pay and display).
Some areas of the museum can be quite dark, including: the Ancient Egypt gallery and the Victorian laundry.
South Churchside is a cobbled street with a paving stone pavement.
Sign language alphabet blocks are available in the Victorian storytelling area.
The toilets are upstairs, accessible by lift. There is a combined accessible toilet/baby change facility. (Please note: the toilets are currently closed for refurbishment.)
The nearest Changing Places toilet is in Trinity Market across the square (near the Lowgate entrance).
The museum is accessible for wheelchair users, with step-free access at the front of the building and a lift to the first floor. Access to the education room and lift is via a ramp.
We also have a manual wheelchair available to borrow.
We have some books and puppets on the raised balcony in the Victorian storytelling area. We can bring these down to the ground floor for you – just ask our friendly team for assistance.
You can book a wheelchair accessible taxi by calling Wheelchair Taxi Transport Hull on 01482 473 235.
You can download all this information in our Quick Access Guide (PDF, 121kb).
Or, for more detailed info to help you plan your day – download the Full Accessibility Guide.