Museums and a Wheelchair

A museum

Museums and Why You Should Go

Going to a museum is more than just going to a museum. They are very wheelchair accessible because of the flat grounds and the ramps they offer. It is a great place to enjoy a Sunday afternoon with family and friends. Also, many museums are free or very low cost. It is one of those fun activities you can actually do whatever do you want. In this article, we’ll go over how you can start going to them and how you can go about going to museums. Links will be provided for convincing that include more in detail of certain things such as museums, prices, locations, and etc. We encourage you to share with your friends even if they are not a wheelchair user because they can enjoy a museum as well.

Thinking in a wheelchair

Should You Go?

The museum is something everyone can do because it does not have an age limit or it is not gender specific. There are many different museums that are available to the public that you can start enjoying today. This is a link to a list of LA locations you can visit. Each one has its own features and attractions. If you do not live in Los Angeles then This link will come in handy because it has a directory of them depending on your state. Go through your city list and find a location that is close to you and find a museum that you have a lot of interest in.

One thing to note is that if you are not interested in something you do not bother much to pay attention. That is why you should consider one that has caught your interest so you will not go and have the feeling of leaving. Try visiting multiple locations at a days span if it is possible. A good reason going to multiple locations is because you can enjoy more and expand your interests. You can also setup s schedule to go at a certain day of the week. Ask your family or friends what they agree with and go from there.

History Museum

What Happens at a Museum?

When you visit a museum they have tour guides that can take you around and give you a brief history lesson or lessons. Some charge a small fee or require a certain amount of people to attend the tour. Here is an example of tour pricing. The LA Museum of natural history charges adults is $8.50 per person and they require you to have a minimum of 10 guests to be able to take the tour. They also offer exclusive tours that you must pay $100 for but that should only be considered when you feel that you are highly interested in the museum.  

Maurice Smith