Skip to content. Skip to footer.


A Place for Everyone

Information on accessibility and outreach

The vision of the Museum of Science is one where everyone can participate equally in the excitement of science and technology learning. Barriers to access, whether caused by finances, culture, language, education or ability, can inhibit exploration. The Museum is intent on breaking down these barriers while creating relationships with new audiences.

We offer a wealth of information to help you get the most out of your visit:

More Information

For access-related questions, including requests to arrange ASL interpreters or sighted guides for your visit, please contact our accessibility coordinator:

Nora Nagle

Please note that requests for interpreters and sighted guides should be made at least two weeks prior to your visit.

Language Access

Museum guides are available here for download (PDF) and at the Information Booth for guests who speak these languages:



Find out what's going on today at the Museum, and plan your visit.


Visited the Museum recently? Please share your experiences with us.

Did you know?

The Museum campus is now entirely smoke free.

Premier Partners

Harvard Pilgrim Health Care The Mathworks Microsoft Raytheon

The Museum of Science, Boston

  1 Science Park, Boston, MA 02114  phone: 617-723-2500   email: