Moonshot Museum is looking forward to welcoming you!
There’s a place in the future of space exploration for people of all abilities, skillsets, and backgrounds! Please browse below for more information on accessibility at Moonshot Museum. For specific questions, please give us a call at (412) 314-4111 or email email@example.com.
Those who receive food or medical benefits with an EBT card can get reduced admission to Moonshot Museum as part of the Museums for All program:
All PA ACCESS card holders and PA ACCESS EBT card holders receive $3 admission each, up to 4 people (including the cardholder). PA ACCESS or ACCESS EBT card and photo ID for each adult being admitted on the card is required. Adult IDs must show the same address as cardholder. Limit one card per household.
All SNAP EBT card holders from any state receive $3 admission each, up to 4 people (including the cardholder).
A personal care attendant (PCA) accompanying a visitor with a disability receives admission at no charge during their visit. PCAs should identify themselves as such when purchasing tickets onsite in order to receive free admission. Visitors with a PCA wishing to purchase tickets before their visit can call (412) 314-4111.
Accessible Parking and Entrance
Accessible parking spaces are located directly in front of the Moonshot Museum + Astrobotic facility entrance at 1016 N. Lincoln Avenue. The Moonshot Museum main entrance is an ADA-compliant entrance.
Nursing and Baby Care
Per Pennsylvania law, Moonshot Museum welcomes caregivers to nurse their children in any public visitor spaces of the Museum where they’re authorized to be, regardless of the use of a privacy drape / cover.
Should caregivers desire a more secluded location, Moonshot Museum will make a good faith effort to secure such a space for caregivers.
Moonshot Museum values inclusivity and strives to ensure employees and visitors feel accepted, respected, and welcomed, including in restroom facilities. Moonshot Museum’s restrooms are single use, gender-netural, and accessible to individuals who use a wheelchair.
Sensory bags are free resources and are available at the Moonshot Museum admissions desk. Guests who would like to check out a bag just need to request one upon purchasing their admission tickets. Upon their return, guests will be asked for feedback on the kits to make sure they are successfully meeting your needs.
Stroller and Wheelchair Accessibility
Moonshot Museum’s entrances / exits and layout are stroller and wheelchair friendly. Please note that the Museum does not currently have wheelchairs available to loan visitors.
Service animals are welcome at Moonshot Museum. Service animals are defined as any dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability.
Service animals that are not fully trained and within the complete control of their owner/handler are not permitted inside Moonshot Museum.