Accessibility at Mass Audubon
Mass Audubon strives to create a welcoming presence for a wide range of visitors, including making our sanctuaries and nature centers more accessible. We're working hard to ensure that everyone can enjoy the nature of Massachusetts.
Sensory Friendly Days
In order to continue making nature accessible to all, we're launching a series of Sensory Friendly Days at sanctuaries throughout Massachusetts this summer!
During these times, you can visit when properties are closed to the general public or tend to be relatively quiet.
Wildlife Sanctuary Accessibility
Mass Audubon is working to make our wildlife sanctuaries with nature centers universally accessible. This includes ADA-compliant Nature Centers and universally accessible All Persons Trails. Learn More >
In addition to offering opportunities to explore our wildlife sanctuaries independently, Mass Audubon also offers programs at select sanctuaries for people with accessibility and/or special needs. Learn More >
Accessible Projects and Partners
The effort to create universally accessible wildlife sanctuaries was the result of working with partners and generous supporters. Learn More >
Making Nature Accessible (Video)
We're working hard to ensure that everyone can enjoy the nature of Massachusetts. Watch our video to learn more >
A Meaningful Impact
"When I walk by myself on one of Mass Audubon’s All Persons trails, I hear more, feel more, and take in more with all of my senses. I go at my own speed, stopping when I want to, standing quietly for as long as I choose, and taking in the beauty of nature in my own unique way." —Jerry Berrier