The Currier is committed to providing an inclusive environment for all guests.
All public areas of the Currier Museum and Art Center are wheelchair accessible. Wheelchairs are available on a limited basis. Accessible parking is available in the main parking lot, and vehicles can pull up to the main entrance for drop offs.
Sign language interpreters can be arranged for public programs taking place at the museum with at least two weeks’ notice. FM assistive listening devices (headsets and neck loops) are available for many public programs and tours of the museum.
Guide dogs are welcome in the museum. Guided touch tours and verbal description tours of the museum can be arranged with two weeks’ notice. Please note however that no in-person tours are being offered at this time due to COVID and we invite you to enjoy our audio tour on your personal device.
The Currier is proud to offer two Social Narratives designed for members of the neurodiverse community. These detailed documents with images of the museum experience are useful tools for anyone planning a trip. Please feel free to download in advance of your visit.
Our audio tour features in-depth descriptions of a selection of collection highlights. This program is available on your personal smartphone.
Frank Lloyd Wright Houses
Tours begin at the Currier Museum of Art (150 Ash Street, Manchester, New Hampshire), with access to the houses by Currier van only. The van is equipped with a lift and can accommodate two wheelchairs.
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Many rooms and passageways are very narrow in Wright’s 1950s house designs. The maximum size for manual or power wheelchairs is 29” wide.
The following areas of the Zimmerman House are wheelchair accessible: the carport, hallway and the Garden Room, Dining Loggia, entrance to the workspace, and the outdoor patio (weather permitting).
The following spaces are not wheelchair accessible: the hallway to the guest room, master bedroom and bath, and the guest room and bath.
The following areas of the 1955-designed Kalil House are wheelchair accessible: the carport, outdoor patio, great room, entrance to the office, and the entrance to the workspace.
The following spaces are not wheelchair accessible: the upstairs hallway to the master bedroom, master bedroom and bath, and the guest room and bath.
For rooms that are not wheelchair accessible inside both houses, photographs are available.
Service animals ONLY are welcome to join you on the tour of the houses.
Limited restroom access is possible at the houses during the tour. Please note that wheelchairs will not fit in Wright’s small bathrooms. Tours last two hours. Accessible restrooms are available at the museum before each tour.
Private guided touch tours and verbal description tours of the houses can be arranged with two weeks’ notice.
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