Discover Philadelphia wheelchair accessible attractions, things to do, city guides, tours and activities for disabled travelers including the Rodin Museum. Read our informative accessibility reviews and ratings of popular Philadelphia attractions and destinations to learn which attractions are wheelchair accessible and wheelchair friendly, as well as which locations Jim recommends should be avoided by travelers in wheelchairs.
The Rodin Museum is an art museum located in Philadelphia that contains the largest collection of sculptor Auguste Rodin’s works outside Paris. Opened in 1929, the museum is administered by the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
In 2012, the museum re-opened after a three-year, $9 million renovation that brought the museum back to its original vision of displaying Rodin’s works.
- City Attraction Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
- Fully Accessible Entry: Yes: At Back of Museum (North Side)
- Accessible Restrooms Onsite: Yes
- Restrictive Steps: No Restrictive Steps
Jim’s Accessibility Comments:
The Rodin Museum is located 3 blocks from the Philadelphia Museum of Art and it’s very wheelchair friendly.
The museum is all on one floor so there’s no steps or elevators.
Although there are multiple steps in front, go to the back of the museum (north side entrance) where there are no steps. There is accessible parking at the north entrance for vehicles displaying disability permits. Accessible parking is also available in the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Parking Garage 3 blocks away.
There is an accessible restroom.