Hard of Hearing or Deaf
Infrared assistive listening devices (headsets and neck loops) are available upon request in the following locations:
- The Samuel J. and Etherl LeFrak Theater
- Kaufmann and Linder Theaters
Hayden Planetarium Space Theater
- Big Bang Theater
Rear Window captioning (RWC) is available in the LeFrak Theater for most films. Please see the theater attendant for a panel.
Open captioning is provided in most exhibit theaters throughout the Museum.
For additional information on accessibility at the Museum please call 212-769-5250 or email .
Sign Language Tours
Experience informative, entertaining and inspiring presentations of permanent and special exhibitions for both deaf and hearing audiences with simultaneous signed and spoken tours.
Tours are led by Museum guide and Professor Gabriel Grayson, American Sign Language interpreter and chair of the Department of Sign Language and Non-Verbal Communication at The New School University.
FREE with Museum admission
1:30 p.m.—2:30 p.m.
All tours meet in Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda, second floor
Cullman Hall of the Universe
Join us for a fascinating exploration to answer fundamental questions about how the universe began.
Gottesman Hall of Planet Earth
See huge slabs of stone to touch and scrutinize from four billion years ago, each with a tale to tell.
Marvel at our Museum's Biggest Attraction
The fourth floor elevator button is always lit because that's where the largest collection of dinosaurs in the world reside.
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