Accessibility Information

at Missouri State Museum

Jefferson Landing State Historic Site

These two buildings are located on the hillside along the riverfront. Curbside parking is provided by the city. There are cub cuts in the sidewalks at the corner intersections of Jefferson and Water streets.

Union Hotel

At this time, there is no handicap parking. The city sidewalk has a 4.7 percent slope. Midway up the sidewalk is a brick pathway to the hotel, which houses the Elizabeth Rozier Gallery. The pathway starts out with a short eight-foot slope of 8.5 percent and then becomes level. Inside is a large foyer with a spacious exhibit room. Exhibits are always arranged with accessibility in mind.

Lohman Building

Handicap parking is not available at this time. The most accessible parking is parallel and adjacent to the building. Here, a concrete sidewalk has a 4.7 percent slope to the base of the hill where the walkway turns to flagstone. A railed ramp assists entry into the museum, which has brick flooring. There is a button assist door opener. Exhibits are in glass cases or are free standing. The audio-visual room is accessible and has plenty of space for seating.


For more information, contact the historic site:

Jefferson Landing State Historic Site
100 Jefferson Street
Jefferson City, MO  65101
573-751-2854
1-800-334-6946
1-800-379-2419 TDD

Last updated: February 2017