All are welcome at the Scott Family Amazeum.

The Amazeum is an inclusive environment designed for all guests to access experiences in science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM). The museum is accessible by persons using assistive technologies. The resources on this page are designed to support our guests with diverse abilities when they interact with our exhibits.  

A visual schedule is available to download and help support pre-planning and structuring a visit to the Amazeum. The visual schedule is a collection of photos of the Amazeum exhibits and spaces.

We realize that the Amazeum can be an overstimulating environment. Ask our Guest Services team for noise-cancelling headphones, fidgets, or other resources to support your experience. 


Assistive Technologies

The Amazeum exhibit floor is wheelchair accessible. A lift is located near Cloud Theater to access activities in General Mills Lift, Load and Haul and an elevator in the main lobby provides access to the 2nd floor. The Canopy Climber and Treehouse are challenging for people with mobility issues. 

Ask an Amazeum Play Facilitator for information on assistive devices for use during a visit. 

Service Dogs Always Welcome

The Amazeum welcomes service dogs trained to assist disabled guests during their visit. 

All other animals, including emotional support animals and pets, are prohibited. 

Misrepresenting an animal as a "service animal" is subject to civil penalty under Arkansas law. 

Sensory Friendly Resources

You can find a sensory-friendly map and other resources on our Sensory Friendly Page. You can also read our social narrative, available for guests to become familiar with the museum and areas where sensory input could affect the museum experience. 

Check our calendar and social media for Sensory Friendly Events throughout the year.