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Virtual Docent Tour
For national and international visitors unable to visit the museum in-person, become a Friend of the Museum of Deaf History, Arts & Culture to gain access to and view multiple times throughout the year of Friendship the full Virtual Tour available on the Friends Portal.
The docent guides in the Virtual Tour are Deaf and use American Sign Language, hence voice interpretation and English captioning is provided.
The self-guided tour begins with a 12 minute introductory video, "A Different Way to Hear". Visitors will then take a stroll through the Chuck Baird Art Gallery. Finally, visitors will dive into Deaf history and culture, a look at the history of a typical school for the Deaf in America, with a variety of historical artifacts along the way.
Please plan one to two hours for the self-guided tour. For groups of 10 or more visitors, please arrange a private guided tour.
Admission is free. Donations are encouraged.
Private Docent Tour
Request a tour guided by our docents fluent in ASL. Groups are limited to 15 people and require an appointment at this time.
An interpreter is provided for those who are not fluent in ASL.
The fee for docent tours are $10 per person.
Free Docent Tour
A free docent tour is provided on the second Saturday of every month. This tour starts promptly at 1pm and is limited to 6 people. RSVPs are required at this time.
Since the docent guide is Deaf and primarily uses sign language, voice interpretation is provided.
Donations are encouraged.
Immersive HANDS-ON Workshop/Tour
Come and bring your groups of all ages to learn about the Deaf community, its history and culture by participating in a Immersive Hands-On workshop/tour. It is really fun!
The fee for the Immersive Workshop/Tour is $8 pp. Please plan on one hour and a half for this activity.