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Photo of the west entrance to Royal Alberta Museum

Plan Your Visit



We've placed great importance on ensuring RAM is accessible to all visitors, regardless of ability. This includes several features such as:

  • Free menstrual products are available in the washrooms beside the Natural History and Human History Halls.
  • Public elevators between the two publicly accessible floors, and LRT entrance
  • Wheelchair ramps leading up to doors
  • Wheelchairs and strollers available for visitor use, free of charge. Inquire at the Admissions Desk. We will require a driver's license as a deposit.
  • Direct access to LRT pedway, with elevator to museum main floor
  • Automatic doors
  • Accessible washrooms, complete with a lift (sling not provided) and adult changing table
  • Close drop-off locations for visitors with mobility considerations
  • For visitors with sensory needs, we offer free Sensory Kit rentals. Please see the Admissions Desk for more information.

Service dogs are permitted in the museum provided that they wear an identifying vest and the owner carries an identification card. Pets are not permitted in the museum.

Construction update: 

As of March 11, 2024, sections of 99 Street (north of 102A Avenue) and 103A Avenue (between 99-100 Street) are closed to vehicle traffic due to underground pedway construction. This includes a temporary closure of the accessible parking stalls near the museum's West entrance for the duration of construction.

Visitors can find accessible parking at the following nearby public parkades: 

  • City Hall Parkade – five accessible stalls
  • Library Parkade – 13 accessible stalls
  • Canada Place Parkade – six accessible stalls
  • Edmonton City Centre West Parkade – 11 accessible stalls

Each of the above parkades has its own pricing rates, and the stalls are not specifically reserved for Royal Alberta Museum visitors.