St Albans Museums Access Statement
We believe that everyone has the right to access St Albans Museums, whether they are a visitor, researcher, volunteer or member of staff. It is important to us that our sites are welcoming and inclusive.
We are committed to removing barriers that prevent people from accessing our sites, collections, events and services so that we can share the history of St Albans as widely as possible.
We will always seek to make appropriate and reasonable adjustments to improve access, within the limits of our sites and resources. We believe that when barriers to access are removed, this benefits everyone.
This statement should be read in the context of our Access Policy which covers our work around access and diversity and is available to download below.
To read St Albans City and District Council's Inclusion Policy, please visit the council website.
We work in partnership with our Access Advisory Group to improve access and welcome feedback about the accessibility of our sites and services. If you have any concerns or comments, please contact us.
For information on facilities and access at each of our sites - please see the individual site pages.