The MacLachlan Woodworking Museum is committed to accessibility for all visitors. Learn more about our venue and our exhibitions and programs

Venue considerations


The MacLachlan is a single level and accessible without the use of stairs. The main entry through the Log House is gradually sloped for ease of access. A large accessible washroom is available in the main exhibition building with a changing table.

A limited number of manual wheelchairs are available at the admission desk free of charge.

Accessible Parking

The parking lot at our site has three accessible parking spots available and the facility is wheel-chair accessible by ramp. All parking is complimentary.

Service Animals

All service animals are welcome.

Exhibitions and Programming

Support Persons

All those who require a support person with them to access our exhibits, programs, or events will be granted free admission for the support person.

Exhibit Text

Large print guides of the permanent exhibitions are available at the admission desk. Exhibit text can be requested in advance to listen on device of choice.

Caption Video

All permanent exhibits that include video have close captioning.

Assistive Listening Devices

Those who are hard of hearing may request FM assistive listening devices. These devices must be requested with at least 48 hours notice.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or comments regarding accessibility at the Museum or for more information, please contact us and we would be happy to help you plan your visit.

If you have concerns about barriers that people with disabilities face in accessing municipal services and facilities, please contact the City of Kingston at 613-546-0000.