The University of Arizona Museum of Art and Archive of Visual Arts

Accessibility

The UA Museum of Art strives to create a welcoming environment for all its visitors to enjoy the Museum’s collections, exhibitions, and educational programs.

Parking

The Park Avenue Garage has designated parking spaces close to the elevators on the east side of the garage.

Service Animals

Service animals are welcome.

Wheelchairs

The Museum has wheelchairs for use by request, and the building is wheelchair-accessible. Please call 520-621-7567 with questions or other special accommodations.

Labels

Large print label booklets and braille label booklets are available for selected exhibitions. They can be requested at the front desk.

Tours for the Visually Impaired

The Museum is excited to launch new tours for the visually impaired! Specially trained docents will lead small groups or individuals on a tactile tour experience through various locations in the Museum.

To celebrate the launch of these tours, the Museum has acquired on loan three sculptures by acclaimed artist Michael Naranjo. These sculptures are meant to be touched, and will be a part of the tours for the first year.

The tours are a docent-led initiative, and help to fulfill our vision of making the Museum accessible to as many people and groups as possible. Docents trained with staff from the Southern Arizona Association for the Visually Impaired and University of Arizona College of Education to provide the best experience possible.

Tours can be requested by calling Chelsea Farrar, Assistant Curator of Education, at 520-621-9504.