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New Brunswick Military History Museum

Discover New Brunswick's rich and colourful military history dating back to the early 1600s. We give visitors an opportunity to step back in time and discover New Brunswick's military heritage. The New Brunswick Military History Museum also offers an enriching educational experience for people of all ages. For more information about the museum please visit our website.

Bilingual service (English-French)
Wheelchair accessible

Accessibility Services

  • Accommodations
    • Private Bathrooms
      • The door is a minimum of 80 cm wide
      • The faucets are operable with one hand, without tight grasping, that are at least 7.5cm long
      • The fixture and fixings contrast with the background
      • The pipes under the sink vanity are insulated (where these pipes are exposed)
  • Building
    • Parking
      • Designated parking spaces:
        • are at least 260cm wide and 750cm in length
        • with an access aisle no less than 200cm wide, adjacent and parallel to the vehicle pull up space
      • Designated accessible parking within 50m of an entrance.
      • The # of designated spots correspond to the Barrier Free Design Code.
      • The path leading from the parking area to the entrance is well lit, firm, stable, level, slip resistant, and are these paths well-maintained and cleared of snow if operating year-round
      • The surface of the designated parking space is firm, stable, slip resistant and level
      • There is a defined path of travel, or walkway, from the sidewalk to the main entrance, so a pedestrian does not have to negotiate the parking lot?
    • Public Restrooms
      • There a designated accessible washroom. *see washrooms for accessibility criteria
      • The main door of the washroom has an opening of 80cm (when the door is in the open wide position) and an outward swing door
      • The washroom stall is a minimum of 150cm wide by 150cm deep with maneuvering/turning space of 150cm by 150cm in front of the stall
      • There are grab bars mounted horizontally on the rear and side walls of the toilet
    • Lobby/Reception Area
      • There is clear path of travel from the main entrance to the reception area ex. that path clear of furniture or other obstacles
      • There is directional signage to a reception/ticket counter
    • Entrance
      • The accessible-entrance door can open with low pressure, using at least one of the following:
        • A working power door opener between 100cm and 110cm above floor level
        • Lever handles at a height of 80cm to 120cm from the floor
        • A push plate/pull handles at a height of 80cm to 120cm from the floor
      • The door handle/frame has a colour contrast with the rest of the door
      • If the door is clear/glass, it has a high contrasting stripe placed below eye-level through the width of the door
      • The entrance has no steps, or if there are one or more steps, there is a non-slip ramp with a maximum of 1:12 slope
      • The entrance to the building has a door that is at minimum 80cm wide (in the open wide position)
      • There is signage directing users to the accessible entrance
    • Publicly accessible buildings
      • All interior paths are a minimum of 92cm in width, and free of obstructions
  • Signage & Navigation
    • Signage is:
      • in plain English
      • high contrast
      • free of glare

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