We believe that access to the Brigham City Museum or Art & History should be easy for all visitors, and make sure that we’re able to accommodate visitors with a disability in discovering the museum and our selection of exhibits. We are always looking at ways to make access to the museum easier and value your feedback in refining how we improve our services.
Simply contact us today with any suggestions on how we can support you on your requirements, and we’ll work to accommodate your needs.
The museum's accessible entrance is through the Senior Center - enter through the main level, and take the elevator to the lower level. There is also a ramp from the parking lot to the museum's main entrance, as well as a short stairway down to the entrance (7 steps). Accessible restrooms are available at the back of the museum.
Requests for Accommodations: When at all possible, requests for accommodations at our museum should be made at least two weeks prior to your visit. Requests may be made by calling 435-226-1439.
Questions/Feedback: If you have specific concerns or feedback, please contact the museum director, Kaia Michaelis, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 435-226-1439.
Parking: Handicap parking is available in both the north and south lots. The museum is just off Forest Street, which is the middle exit for Brigham City from Interstate 15.
The museum welcomes your personal walkers, wheelchairs, and scooters.
Visual description tours are available by advance request.
Note that the quietest time at the museum is often the morning (although Friday mornings are more likely to be busy).