accessibility & diversity

Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh is committed to welcoming all visitors and providing exhibits, programs and public spaces that are inclusive and interactive for people of all abilities.

Museum exhibits are designed to Universal Design standards, which take into account people of diverse abilities. Products, services and environments that have been designed in this way are performance-based and address usability issues so they can be used by people of all ability levels to the fullest extent.

MuseumLab is the first isUD certified building

MuseumLab’s renovation and adaptive reuse of a 129-year-old historic building is the first building certified as the  isUD™ program (innovative solutions for Universal Design) by the University at Buffalo’s Center for Inclusive Design and Environmental Access (IDEA Center).

Read about the project here.

 

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