Visitors and members with severe disabilities may be accompanied by paid Personal Care Attendants (PCA) at no additional cost during their visit to the Michener Art Museum. This applies to general admission, ticketed programs, and other events the visitor or member is attending. If you would like to request admission for a PCA, please inform Visitor Services upon arrival.
Parking for vehicles with a disability permit is available in a designated area on South Pine Street. Spaces are not reserved, but are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The Accessible entrance is the main entrance of the museum, which is equipped with automatic access doors. Wheelchairs (manual) are available at the front desk at no charge on a first-come, first-served basis. If additional assistance is required, you may call the front desk and request assistance from the parking area to the entrance. All galleries and public spaces are wheelchair accessible. All floors are accessible by elevator.
Accessible restrooms and drinking fountain are available near the museum entrance. Baby-changing facilities are available in the restrooms. Seating is provided in many galleries and public spaces.
Assistive listening devices are available at no charge on a limited basis at the front desk. Sign language interpretation is available by special request through the Education Department. Please call 215.340.9800, ext. 124 to schedule an interpretive program at least three weeks prior to your visit.
Visual description tours given by trained docents are available on request. Braille, large-print, and touchable interpretations of paintings are often used during these customized tours.
Service animals for visitors with disabilities are welcome.