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U.S. Deaf Museum: Educating History, Arts, Culture

A U.S. Deaf museum educates visitors about deaf history, arts, and culture in the United States. It is based in Olathe, Kansas, USA.
Logo for the Museum of Deaf History, Arts & Culture. To the upper right of the name are three octangular shapes clustered together.

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A U.S. Deaf museum educates visitors about deaf history, arts, and culture in the United States. Based in Olathe, Kansas, USA, it also offers exhibits, workshops, and events. Furthermore, it is the only U.S.-based museum focused on the deaf community.

Meanwhile, the website has some accessibility for people using screen reading software. For example, some images use alternative text to describe them for people who cannot see. However, the site provides little information on accessibility for people visiting in person. For example, it does not say if the U.S. deaf museum is wheelchair accessible. Guided tours for visitors are in American Sign Language, with interpreters for people who do not sign.

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