Due to COVID-19, The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum is currently closed to the public and will re-open on Sunday, June 14th.:The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum is closed to the public effective March 21st and will re-open Sunday, June 14th. The museum management and Board of Trustees continue to follow state and national guidance to ensure we are doing our part to keep everyone safe. Thank you and we look forward to all being together again soon!

Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum Receives $6,600 Grant to Offer Access Days for Visitors with Disabilities

The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum was recently awarded a $6,600 grant from AWS Foundation to be used to develop programming to increase museum accessibility for members of our community with special needs. Thanks to the generous support of AWS Foundation, the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum is unveiling two new Access Days where visitors of all ability levels can visit the museum and engage with new sensory-friendly programming.  Access Days include additional staff and volunteers, access to sensory backpacks, a quiet space, and new hands-on activities. “Making sure that our museum can serve our entire community is our priority, and we are excited to offer this program free of charge for families and classrooms who may need that extra support. We’re opening the doors to anyone in the disability community to visit and tell us how we can be a resource for you,” says Education and Programs Manager, Elyse Faulkner.

Access Days will take place on Thursday, December 12th, 2019, and Saturday, February 22nd, 2020 from 9 AM-5 PM.

The cost of admission is free for members of the community with disabilities including their families and caregivers. pre-registration online is required.  A link to the registration page can be found at https://automobilemuseum.org/events/museum-programs/access-days-2020. For questions regarding registration or any of the museum’s educational programming, please contact Elyse Faulkner at 260-925-1444 ext. 30 or efaulkner@automobilemuseum.org.

Founded in 2007, AWS Foundation supports a wide range of organizations in northeast Indiana working to develop a community in which people with enduring intellectual, developmental, and physical disabilities are engaged fully and meaningfully in all aspects of community life. For more information visit awsfoundation.org.

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