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Natchez National Historical Park Mississippi

Accessibility Natchez National Historical Park welcomes people with disabilities. The information below provides information about specific facilities, programs, and services that may help you better plan your visit. If a particular service is not mentioned below, such as alternate formats for print materials, audio descriptions, assisted listening, captions, physical access to particular facilities, programs, or services, please contact the park at 601-446-5790. Physical/Mobility Accessibility Natchez Visitor Center (640 South Canal Street) Parking: There are accessible parking spaces at the Visitor Center complex. Entrance: The Visitor Center doors are equipped with electronic opening devices. Restrooms: Restrooms are accessible. Melrose (1 Melrose Montebello Parkway) Parking: There are accessible parking spaces available in the main parking lot. Sidewalks and Trails: The sidewalks at Melrose are made of various materials including brick and concrete. Trails at Melrose are compacted dirt. Historic Buildings: All of the outbuildings at Melrose have accessible entrances. The wheelchair lift at the main house (mansion) is not working. In addition the video of the second floor is temporarily unavailable. A virtual tour of the first floor of the Melrose main house is available online. Restrooms: Restrooms are accessible. William Johnson House (210 State Street) Parking: The city offers two on-street accessible parking spaces near the William Johnson House. Once is located on the right side of State Street just past the intersection with Canal Street. The second is located on the right side of Wall Street just before the intersection with State Street. Entrance: The entrance is equipped with an electronic opening device. Upstairs: A wheelchair lift provides accessible access to the second floor area. Restrooms: Restrooms are accessible. Special Programs and Tours Ranger-guided programs vary in topic and location. Please feel free to contact the park ahead of time to ask about program routes and accessibility. * Entrance fees are free with America the Beautiful Pass. Pass may be obtained in person at a federal recreation site or through the mail using the application form. The cost of obtaining an Access Pass through the mail is ten dollars ($10) for processing the application (the Pass is free). Applicants must provide documentation of permanent disability and residency or citizenship

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