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Michigan Historical Center
The Michigan Historical Center is headquartered in the Michigan Library and Historical Center in Lansing (see location map) and has services and facilities throughout the state.
Accessibility at the Michigan Library and Historical Center
All Michigan Historical Center agencies in this buildingthe Michigan Historical Museum, administrative offices of the Michigan Historical Museum System and the Archives of Michiganare wheelchair accessible.
- The south entrance of the MLHC is wheelchair accessible.
- Designated handicapped parking is available at the south entrance.
Archives of Michigan
- For special needs requests at the Archives of Michigan, telephone (517) 373-1408.
Michigan Historical Museum
- A wheelchair may be borrowed, subject to availability.
- Videos and touch-screen computers in the third-floor exhibits offer a caption option.
- With at least two weeks advance request, every attempt will be made to provide sign language and foreign language interpreters.
- For more information, contact the Michigan Historical Museum at (517) 373-3559.
Accessibility Elsewhere in the State
Michigan Historical Museum System
Specific accessibility information for each site in the Michigan Historical Museum System can be found on the visitor information links that follow.
- Civilian Conservation Corps Museum, Roscommon
- Father Marquette National Memorial, St. Ignace
- Fayette Historic Townsite, Garden
- Fort Wilkins and Copper Harbor Lighthouse, Copper Harbor
- Hartwick Pines Logging Museum, Grayling
- Mann House, Concord
- Michigan Iron Industry Museum, Negaunee
- Sanilac Petroglyphs, Cass City
- Tawas Point Lighthouse, East Tawas
- Walker Tavern, Brooklyn