Our aim is to make Chelmsford Museum as accessible as possible for everyone. Our Museum Assistants are all trained in disability awareness, and will offer assistance if you need it.
If you would like us to help, you can either tell us in advance or ask us at any time during your visit.
Chelmsford Museum is fully wheelchair accessible, with slopes, ramps and lifts to all floors. Seating is available around the museum, if you need it.
We have a blue badge parking area next to the Museum.
You can request headphone receivers and necklace style induction loop transceivers from our reception free of charge.
You can bring your guide dog into the museum.
Learning disabilities and Autistic Spectrum Condition
Chelmsford Museum is proud to have won the National Autism Friendly Award by the National Autistic Society (NAS). It is one of the first museums in the country to have gained this gold standard for the welcome given to people who are on the autism spectrum and their families.
We offer relaxed openings throughout the year.
We have produced resources that you can find in the downloads section of this page.
You can also view our entry on the Euan's Guide website.