Everyone is welcome in the Museum and all galleries are accessible. All exhibitions, events, and resources are free to the public.
Free visitor parking is available immediately in front of the Museum’s northeast entrance on North Campus Drive. Accessible parking spaces are available in this lot, and if these spaces are filled, vehicles with DMV-issued disability placards or plates may park in any spot in this lot. Visitors may also be dropped off at the doors. Other visitor lots are available throughout BYU campus. More information getting to the Museum is available by calling the Museum at 801-422-8287.
Certified service dogs are welcome in the Museum. To ensure that you are not stopped by our security team, please ensure that your service animal is wearing a designated vest if possible.
Accommodations for Patrons with Mobility Restrictions
Wheelchairs and Walkers
Wheelchairs and seated walkers are available upon request at the Front Desk. Both Museum entrances are equipped with ramps and ADA accessible doors. An elevator enables access to each floor, and ADA accessible restrooms are available on the lower level of the Museum.
Each gallery provides comfortable benches for those who do not wish to stand for extended periods of time. Portable gallery seats are available at the front desk upon request.
Accommodations for Patrons who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Captioning is provided for in-gallery educational videos. ASL interpreters are available at events upon request (please contact firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks prior to the event).
Accommodations for Patrons who are Visually Impaired
Audio descriptions for certain artworks are available here. Guiding strips mark all stairwells, and all rooms are also labeled in braille. Large print label text for select exhibitions as well as magnifying sheets are available at the Front Desk upon request. A sighted guide is available with advanced notice (email email@example.com to request one), and you can find a description of the layout of the Museum here.
Accommodations for Patrons who are on the Autism Spectrum
Our social story can help you know what to expect when you visit the Museum of Art.
Recursos para hispanohablantes/ Accommodations for Patrons who speak Spanish
Resources at the Front Desk
First aid kit
Sensory kits: noise-reducing earmuffs for children and adults, sunglasses for children, light sensitive glasses for adults, pop its, notepads, pencils, and fidget toys
For questions and requests about accommodations, please contact Liz Donakey at firstname.lastname@example.org.