Accessibility at Drumlin Farm

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Mass Audubon strives to create a welcoming presence for a wide range of visitors, including making our sanctuaries and nature centers more accessible for all to enjoy.

Find out more about Mass Audubon's accessibility work.

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Accessible Features


Accessible parking is available for general visitors and for all program locations. Please contact us in advance if we can help you with any specific needs.


Accessible restrooms are located at the Red Barn. Additional restrooms are located in the Nature Center and at the Picnic Area. Please don’t hesitate to talk with one of our staff members if there is any way we can help.


At our Nature Center admission window, you can pick up trail information including a guide in printed or Braille format, and a printed or tactile trail map. We have adaptive items available for loan, including hands-free binoculars (on a tripod), audio players, a walking cane with a small seat, and a push wheelchair.

What to Expect When You Visit

Are you preparing to visit us with your children or a group of students, including those with special needs? If so, we encourage you to review this step-by-step photo tour (Social Story) of Drumlin Farm that shows you what to expect!

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Accessible Programming

LEAF at Drumlin Farm is environmental programming for people with accessibility and/or special needs. We offer quality accessible curriculum based environmental programming for people of all abilities. Learn More >