At Ease: For Visitors Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing are invited for a morning at the Museum to immerse themselves in the history of the United States Army and explore educational programming- all after the Museum closes for the day.
Stop by the Welcome Desk to check out multiple accommodations that include assisted listening devices, printed audio tour scripts, and screen readers. Sign language interpreters also will be available. An ID card, such as a driver’s license, is requested for equipment use.
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