Traveling the Museum Campus
Because MCHS' Pinecrest Historical Village simulates the rural environment of the 1800s and early 1900s, some exhibit areas have limited accessibility. This is due to the scale used in historic restorations and the rural setting.
Reasonable accommodations will be made for individuals requiring wheelchairs for mobility. During special events,trams are equipped to transport visitors. Call ahead for questions about accessibility or to make arrangements at (920) 684-4445.
The MCHS McAllister House Welcome Center is wheelchair and handicap accessible. The Welcome Center houses a local history exhibit, research services, and the Society's administrative offices. The building includes handicap accessible restrooms.
Hard of hearing visitors
Visitors with T-coil hearing aids can borrow a portable induction loop for the museum's audioguide tour.
Vision-impaired and blind people
Guide dogs are welcome at the Museum. The museum's audioguide tour offers an audio description of what is located in our historic structures.