Accessibility

Visitor Center
Visitor Center

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Museum and Visitor Center

For Those with Mobility Impairments: The Visitor Center and museum is fully accessible.

For Those with Hearing Impairments: A variety of written information is available in the Visitor Center. The fiber optic battle map is captioned. Visitors may check out a hand held device for assistive listening of the museum exhibits at the information desk.

For Those with Sight Impairments: A system of audio description of museum exhibits is available. Visitors may check out a hand held device at the information desk.

 
Thomas Farm Wayside
Thomas Farm Wayside

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Self-Guided Auto Tour

For Those with Mobility Impairments: Touring is done in your own vehicle. Wayside exhibit plaques and exhibits along the tour route are designed to be mobility friendly and accessible.

For Those with Hearing Impairments: A free park map and guide is available at the Visitor Center. Wayside exhibits with text and visual illustrations are also located throughout the park.

For Those with Sight Impairments: Explore the history of the Battle of Monocacy by downloading our audio tour, which follows the auto tour route. These MP3-formatted audio files can be downloaded to your favorite MP3 player or computer; listen online or bring it with you to the park.

 
Gambrill Mill Trail Map
Gambrill Mill Trail Map

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Walking Trails

For Those with Mobility Impairments: A portion of the half-mile Gambrill Mill Trail (Auto Tour Stop 5) is wheelchair accessible. The trail provides scenic views of the Monocacy River and has several interpretive waysides.


 

Last updated: January 4, 2017

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Mailing Address:

4632 Araby Church Road
Frederick, MD 21704

Phone:

(301) 662-3515
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