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The Museum of Jewish Heritage welcomes all visitors. We strive to ensure that our exhibitions, programs, and facilities are accessible to everyone.

All Museum spaces are wheelchair accessible. We are able to provide wheelchairs on a first-come, first-served basis; please go to our Ann & Abe Oster Welcome Desk for assistance. Wheelchair-accessible restrooms are located on all floors of the Museum.

aslWith advance notice, group tours can be given in ASL, led by a Deaf Museum Educator. Group tours will begin this fall when our new exhibition opens.

open captioningVideos in the exhibitions are open-captioned in English. [During the summer of 2021, exhibitions are not on view.]

CC - Closed CaptioningAll recorded programs on our YouTube channel have automated closed captioning that you can choose to turn on from the viewing window. Some of our live programs offer closed captioning; check specific event pages to learn more.

See below for instructions for closed captioning on our Zoom Webinars.

Service AnimalsService animals are welcome.

With advance notice, the Museum can accommodate groups’ requests, including arranging tours for visitors with developmental or other disabilities.

For more information, please contact outreach@mjhnyc.org or call 646.437.4200.

Zoom Webinar Closed Captioning Instructions

  • In the bottom of your Zoom window, click the “^” up arrow button next to “Closed Caption” and then click on “Show Subtitle” to start displaying live captions.
  • To hide live captions in your Zoom window, click the “^” up arrow next to “Closed Caption” and then click on “Hide Subtitle.”

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