The National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library strives to make its programs and facilities accessible to all our patrons. Coinciding with our mission, “to inspire people from every background to connect to Czech and Slovak history and culture,” we want all peoples to feel welcome and invited to experience what the museum has to offer, regardless of ability or background.
Parking Garage – Entrance located on 15th Street. Free to use and handicap accessible.
Outdoor parking next to the museum on 15th Street and across the street in Czech Village.
An elevator is available on each floor including the parking garage, 1st floor exhibits, and administration offices on 2nd floor.
Wheelchairs are available for those that need them at no cost, but are first come first serve.
Hearing enhancing microphones for theater are at the front desk for those with hearing problems.
All films in the theater and exhibits are captioned.
The museum contains 3 restrooms and all restrooms are handicap accessible.
One family restroom is available.
Service animals are the only animals allowed in the museum at any time. Service animals are dogs that are trained to perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability. This can include a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual or other mental disability. Tasks performed by the animal may include pulling a wheelchair, retrieving dropped items, alerting a person to a sound, pressing elevator buttons or a variety of other tasks. The work performed by a service animal must be directly related to the individual’s disability. This does not include Therapy animals.
For additional information or need assistance or an accommodation for any ticketed programs or RSVP events, please contact Teresa Stenstrup (Director of Programs) at 319-362-8500 ext. 204 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need personal assistance before attending the museum please contact Visitors Services Coordinators at 319-362-8500 ext. 100.