The Johnson Museum of Art is committed to providing programming and excellent museum experiences for visitors with disabilities. The building is accessible for people with a range of disabilities, and our staff and receptionists are available to insure your comfort and opportunities for education and enjoyment.

• For mobility-impaired visitors, a wheelchair is available in the lobby.

• Accessible restrooms are located in the basement level via the wing elevator.

• Service animals are welcome.

• Large-print labels for special exhibitions are available at the reception desks.

• Trained staff members are available to provide tours to children and adults with disabilities.

• ASL interpreters are available with advance request for our lectures, tours, and other events.

If you need accommodations to participate in any Museum event, please call us at 607-255-6464, and we will be happy to facilitate any further needs or answer questions you may have. 

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