City Reliquary’s entrance looks deceptively simple for a wheeler to access; usually a low lip at the threshold can be surmounted, though with a jarring bump. Unfortunately, getting in the door at City Reliquary is only the beginning of the access problems. The floors are uneven, the display space cramped, and to top it all off there’s a turnstile at the inside entrance. Sadly, this relic of old New York City will function as a wordless “No Wheelchair Users Need Apply” sign. Let’s hope their budget someday becomes a little more than shoestring so that they can make space for us.