Museum of disABILITY History
3826 Main St, Buffalo, NY 14226, United States
Review №1

I have been wanting to go there for years to see what it was all about. I finally made it there thanks to my professor having us attend outing related to diversity and oppression. I truly enjoy gaining the knowledge of local history about disabled facilities, services and equipment. I will go back to take my girls. Great experience

Review №2

Closed Saturday at 10:30am. Saturday business hours are 10:00 to 2pm. No posting to why they were closed or message on the voicemail to why they were closed.

Review №3

Theres honestly nowhere else like this museum. Its so important to have a place where people can come and educate themselves more on the history of people with disabilities. The museum itself is not that large but, there is a lot to learn if youre willing to read.

Review №4

It,s great experiences to learned about individuals with disability history development. It,s was incredible and improvement come from long way for individuals with disability to have a better support and become independent for caring for themselves and active incommunity.

Review №5

The Museum of disABILITY History focuses on how people with disabilities were treated throughout time. There are exhibits on early asylum care Special Olympics, African Americans and their disbility experience, and so much more! It really helped in advance my understanding of those with disabilities.

Review №6

This place doesnt just show their disability but their abilities.

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  • Address:3826 Main St, Buffalo, NY 14226, United States
  • Site:
  • Phone:+1 716-629-3626
  • Museum
  • Education
  • Tourist information center
Working hours
  • Monday:10am–4pm
  • Tuesday:10am–4pm
  • Wednesday:10am–4pm
  • Thursday:10am–2pm
  • Friday:Closed
  • Saturday:Closed
  • Sunday:10am–4pm
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