We pride ourselves in the quality of exhibits and experiences available for guests like you. Whether you're planning an afternoon visit or a digital exploration in your pajamas, there is always something for you to enjoy.


Youth DE'VIA

A revolving exhibit of the National Youth De'VIA competition will be on display every September. 


History of Deaf Culture

The rich history of Deaf culture is explored though the history of a school for the Deaf.


Deaf Community Interviews

These interviews capture the essence of a Deaf person's journey in the United States.



  • Postponed to 2021, TBD
    Location is TBD
    Postponed to 2021, TBD
    Location is TBD
    Celebrate Deaf Women who make a difference with their extraordinary vision and achievements!
  • Mon, Feb 22
    Live stream on MDHAC's website
    Feb 22, 7:00 PM – 8:20 PM CST
    Live stream on MDHAC's website
    Tracey D. Salaway wrote, directed, and produced a film about Chuck Baird which includes exclusive interviews before his death. Join us as we premiere this 50-minute film to honor the life and contributions of Chuck.

Cultural Series

ASL Language Structure: Created From Deaf Experiences

Behind The Museum

The Museum of Deaf History, Arts, and Culture is made possible with staff, volunteers, donors, and guests like you. 

Learn more about our humble beginnings and the journey we have been on.

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Please support the William J. Marra Museum, the only independently owned and public museum about Deaf history, arts and culture in the United States. Donations help keep exhibits fresh and inspiring for guests like you.

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Our museum offers an opportunity to learn about the rich heritage and experience of being Deaf.  Group tours and museum reservations are available. We are a non-profit 501(c)3 foundation so donations are always appreciated.

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