- For visitors with mobility disabilities
- For visitors who are blind or have low vision
- For visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing
- MNHS statement on accessibility
- Service dogs welcome
- First aid kits available
- Communication accommodations available upon request three weeks in advance
For visitors with mobility disabilities
- Disability parking spots: 7
- Terrain to front door: Fully paved
- Seating along the path
- Standard working elevator in the historic house
- Visitor center is a single floor
- Family restroom: 1
- Accessible restroom stalls: 6
- Terrain from parking lot to front door: Fully paved.
- Trail to Historic Farmstead is packed limestone.
- Trails in Farm Lab are limestone seal-coated asphalt.
- The Farm Trail is packed limestone, 0.8 miles long, and is wheelchair accessible.
- The River and Woodland Trail is mowed grassland, 1.1 miles long.
- The Prairie Trail is mowed grassland, 0.8 miles
For visitors who are blind or have low vision
- Signs (restroom, etc.) in braille
For visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing
- Captioning on media
- Printed information available on site
MNHS statement on accessibility
The Oliver Kelley Farm welcomes all visitors. We recognize the diverse needs of our audience and strive to offer accessible programming to enable all visitors to explore this historic site.
However, accessibility for guests with limited mobility can be challenging at our historic sites due to historic and natural features. With advance notice, we will make every effort to respond to access needs.
Our goal is to provide as much information as possible to guests before their visit to any of our sites and museums.
If you have additional questions about accessibility or other needs, please contact the Oliver Kelley Farm at 763-441-6896 or email@example.com.
For general questions regarding access initiatives at the Minnesota Historical Society, please contact Maren Levad, Museum Access Specialist, at 651-259-3480 or firstname.lastname@example.org.