Accessibility at Gore Place
Mansion parking: Accessible spaces are available in front of the brick mansion. Drive straight through the entrance and proceed up the driveway to the mansion.
Carriage House parking: The main parking lot is next to the carriage house. Take a left into the lot from the entrance and park in a space near the building.
Mansion entrance: There is a wheelchair lift at the mansion entrance. A staff member is available to assist you.
Carriage House entrance: The carriage house is accessible with a ramp at the front door.
Wheelchairs, walkers, and scooters are welcome at Gore Place.
The first floor of Gore Place is wheelchair accessible. There are no elevators at Gore Place, and the second floor is not accessible to wheelchairs.
Mansion restrooms are on the basement level and are not accessible to wheelchair users. There are no elevators at Gore Place.
The carriage house restrooms are on the ground level and include a unisex accessible bathroom.Gore Place Mansion tour
Mansion tour seating
There are visitor chairs in many rooms of the historic mansion. If you need to use one during a tour, please inform your guide.
Service dogs are welcome at Gore Place.
Gore Place grounds tour
Self-guided multimedia tours of the grounds are available for free on your own smartphone http://goreplace.toursphere.com or through a museum-owned iPod Touch. These audio-visual tours include captioned videos and an ASL-guided tour. Visit www.goreplace.org/app.htm for more information.
Braille and tactile graphic
The grounds brochure is available in Braille.
The grounds map is available as a tactile printed map.