Toronto museum offers new accessibility programs

Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum has two new programs to increase accessibility to exhibits for patrons with hearing and visual impairments. An anonymous donor provided a $1.5 million gift for the museum to create the programs, which include a tactile museum tour as well as a tour given in American Sign Language -- both of which will be offered once a month and are free.

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