We still have much work to do to be fully accessible to persons with disabilities, we do offer the following and welcome you to the museum. Please be assured that we are working on it.
Visitor Reception Centre
- Designated accessible parking spaces
- Our roads and pathways are hard packed gravel
- Ramp to main building
- Seating is available both inside the main visitor centre and on the property
- Wheelchairs are available for visitor use (first come, first serve)
- Accessible washrooms available.
- The Village Treasures Gift Shop is accessible by ramp.
- There are 25 historic buildings onsite that are open to the public.
- Most of the buildings have a ramp or level entry to the main floor.
- Upper floors are only accessible via wooden staircases, but photos of these rooms are available, and staff are on hand to share stories and answer questions.
- Roving Interpreters are on the street each day conducting guided tours throughout the Village. Visitors who don't have full access to all floors in all buildings can be treated to an informative guided tour describing the local heritage and stories throughout their tour.
- Sherbrooke Village has a new accessible park with hard packed pathways, accessible picnic tables, benches and "Free Little Library." The park is adjacent to the Indigenous Art Centre with newly renovated accessible washrooms and a great art display for you to enjoy. Free outdoor concerts in the park will begin in late July (if Covid-19 allows). Watch for the "Sundays in the Park" schedule.