It is important to us that everyone feels welcome at the Dr Pepper Museum! Our efforts to make the Museum accessible to all our visitors are a work in progress. If you have a recommendation for an adjustment we can make based on your experience, please email us at [email protected].
Both Museum buildings are wheelchair accessible. Ramps leading to the entrances are available, and there are two elevators in the AMBC Building. Parking on the Museum side of the street is available for people with valid disabled parking placards and plates and is located under the red neon Dr Pepper sign on 5th Street.
Accommodations for people with different abilities can be found throughout the Museum, and we are always working on adding more.
- Wheelchairs are available for visitors upon request. Ask the admissions staff upon arrival.
- At the Doc Alderton animatronic in the Old Corner Drug Store, there is a script available on the bar area for those who would like to read along.
- Scripts are also available for all Liquid Lab shows.
Visitors with Sensory Sensitivities
The Dr Pepper Museum & Free Enterprise Institute is pleased to welcome visitors affected by Sensory Processing Disorder and/or visitors who are sensory sensitive. The DPMFEI offers items (sunglasses and earbuds) free of charge to improve the experience of sensory-sensitive visitors. These items are located at the admissions desk and can be checked out upon request. If you require more assistance or information, please contact us ahead of your visit or consult Museum staff upon arrival.
My Dr Pepper Day
Click here to download the My Dr Pepper Day resource.
Click here to download the Sensory Sensitive Map.