“Mill City Museum is an architectural showpiece, rising eight stories within the limestone ruins of the Washburn A Mill, a National Historic Landmark nestled on the riverfront. With breathtaking views and rich history in the bustling downtown neighborhood, there’s no shortage of things to do.”
- Disability parking spots are available in the Mill Quarter Ramp across the street. All other parking is metered.
- Service dogs welcome.
- First aid kits available.
- Communication accommodation available upon request.
For visitors with sensory or communication disabilities
General accessibility features:
- Earplugs are available at the front desk by request.
- If you need a quiet space, please ask a staff member to help you locate one.
- Sensory trigger warnings: There is the sound of an explosion in the Flour Tower experience. The train whistle on the traction engine can be pulled during performances or by staff in the area.
- Public restrooms do not have automatic flushing.
Mobility accessibility features:
- Assistance animal welcome
- Wheelchair hire available
For visitors with mobility disabilities
- The museum is wheelchair accessible. Wheelchairs are available upon request.
- The museum has modern, standard elevators.
- Public restrooms in the museum include accessible facilities and diaper-changing stations. Family restrooms are available on the 1st and 3rd floor.
For visitors who are blind or have low vision
Hearing accessibility features:
- There are many tactile options to explore throughout the museum.
- Sign language assistance or interpretation services
For visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing
- ASL interpreters are available for school groups, special programs, and events upon request with minimum one week notice.
- All media is captioned except the Flour Tower.
- T-looping is available in the Flour Tower and lobby.