Special Needs

Wheelchairs - All exhibits are wheelchair accessible. Standard wheelchairs are available from the Security Office at no charge. To borrow a wheelchair, visitors will be asked to leave a driver’s license or I.D. with Security.

Parking - There are accessible parking spaces located near the elevator on the entry level of the parking lot.

Restrooms - All public restrooms include accessible facilities.

Assistive Animals - Visitors who require assistive animals, such as guide-dogs, are welcome to bring them to the MOT.

Braille Text - To help visitors who are blind or vision impaired, a Braille Museum Orientation is available at the Front Desk.

To help visitors who are hearing impaired, a number of exhibits include closed captioning or text panels. The Front Desk has a large print Museum Orientation, with text description of many of the exhibits.

Sign Language Interpreters – At this time, the MOT is not able to provide Sign Language Interpreters. However, Sign Language Interpreters, who are accompanying school groups or the public and assisting visitors who are hearing impaired, are admitted to the Museum at no charge.

For questions or to make any arrangements, please call (310) 772-2547

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Or, you may call the advanced ticket desk at 310-772-2505 to secure your advanced ticket purchase.



Please Note:
The Museum will close at 3:30pm on Wednesday, September 24th and will remain closed until Sunday, September 28th for Rosh Hashanah.

MOT is sold out of main museum level tickets on Friday, October 3rd due to a high volume of school groups and early close at 2:30 pm.
Tickets for Anne Frank are available on the 3rd; the last entrance time will be 1:00 pm.

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