Revolutionary Spaces welcomes visitors of all abilities and their families to enjoy the Old State House and Old South Meeting House. However, we recognize that these 18th-century sites can present challenges for those with physical impairments. Revolutionary Spaces is committed to providing an accessible experience for all guests.
See below for accessibility information pertaining to each site and please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-720-1713 prior to your visit to learn more about reasonable accommodations that we can provide.
Guests with Limited Mobility
Old State House:
The Old State House is currently not accessible, however, Revolutionary Spaces is actively undergoing plans to make this building fully accessible. In the meantime, please be aware that there are many stairs in the building.
The galleries are located on the first and second floors with restrooms and preservation information in the basement. There are six steps to enter the building and approximately 30 to 40 steps in the main interior spiral staircase. At this time, the only way to access the different levels of the Old State House is the spiral staircase in the rotunda.
Old South Meeting House:
Old South Meeting House is wheelchair accessible, with elevator access to the restrooms and Museum Store on the lower level.
Guests with Hearing Impairment
Our galleries are designed to be self-guided, with information on the walls. We do not have audio tours or listening assistance devices at the moment.
Guests with Low-Vision and Visual Impairment
Large print guides are available at both the Old State House and Old South Meeting House.
Service animals are allowed in the galleries at the Old State House and Old South Meeting House.