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Access & Inclusion

A young woman sits on a white, round bench and smiles at the camera. They are wearing a denim jacket and have their hair in a ponytail. The lighting is pink and washing over the photograph.
Photo: Katie Edwards

MOD. is committed to being accessible and inclusive, providing a space that can be enjoyed by all visitors. We welcome people of all identities, orientations and backgrounds.

Accessibility and Inclusion are key to our Design Principles. We welcome feedback and on our access offerings. If you’d like to get in touch, please do! Contact us via the form below.

In-Gallery features

Our Moderators have iPads loaded with all of the exhibition content. If you are unable to access any screens in the exhibition, please feel free to ask them for an iPad.

 

Lifts and wheelchair access

MOD. is fully accessible for those using a wheelchair. There is a ramp from North Terrace on the left of the automatic doors.

Inside the museum, there are lifts located on all levels.

  • The Ground Level lift is underneath the main staircase
  • The Level 1 lift is adjacent to the staircase landing

Feel free to check the MOD. map here.

 

Visitors with visual impairments

Large print exhibition guides are available at the MOD. Shop.

We have loan iPods available at the MOD.Shop which have access to the website for voice to text of any gallery interpretative signage or further information.

 

Visitors with hearing impairments

An IR receiver or hearing loop is available in all galleries. If you require an IR receiver please ask at the MOD.Shop.

All videos with spoken words include closed captions in English.

 

Visitors with Autism Spectrum Disorder

MOD. staff have completed autism awareness training and we are a member of the Autism Friendly Charter. We are committed to being an autism friendly organisation, please feel free to reach out below or in person if you need any advice on your visit.

 

Easy Access Guide

The Easy Access Guide is available here for any visitor who wants additional information about the exhibition in more accessible language.

 

Assistance dogs

MOD. welcomes guide dogs, hearing dogs and assistance dogs. Please see FoodLore if you need a water bowl, they will be happy to provide one.

 

Toilets

There are toilets and parenting facilities on the Ground Level and Level 1.

  • The Ground Level toilets are located down the corridor on the right of FoodLore Café and include access and all gender toilets
  • The Level 1 toilets are both access and all gender, and are located opposite the Futures Gallery
  • The Level 1 multi access suite is located opposite the Futures Gallery and is available for any parenting needs

Feel free to check the MOD. map here.

 

Do you have any queries about your visit or access feedback? Contact us below.

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