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Accessibility

We strive to make the Asian Art Museum accessible and welcoming to all.  
The museum hosts an ongoing series of Disability Community Charrettes for members of the public to help inform our accessibility initiatives.

For information about participating, email 
communityengagement@asianart.org. 



A white zone for visitor drop-off/pick-up is located on Larkin Street in front of the museum entrance. Accessible parking spaces can be found along Fulton and Larkin streets.

All museum entrances are accessible to people using wheeled devices and those who prefer to avoid stairs.

Wheelchairs may be borrowed at coat check free of charge.

All levels of the museum are accessible by elevator.



Trained guide and service animals are welcome at the Asian Art Museum.



Admission is free for one person accompanying a visitor with special needs.



Way-finding signs with universal symbols are located throughout the museum.

The digital way-finding kiosk is presented in English, Chinese and Spanish.



Borrow large-print floor plans and magnifiers at the information desk.

Large-print labels are provided in special exhibition galleries. Please note that many areas feature low lighting to protect the artworks.



We offer Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs) and induction loops for daily docent or storytelling tours and public programs. For tours, request an ALD or induction loop at the information desk; for programs, make your request at the entrance to Samsung Hall.



ASL interpreters are available upon request. Please contact us at 415.581.3598 at least two weeks in advance to book an interpreter.



The information desk offers complimentary audio guides of the collection galleries to blind and low-vision visitors. Audio guides are available in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Spanish, Korean and French.

The museum is equipped with Talking Signs transmitters. Visitors may borrow a complimentary receiver at the information desk.



Request transcripts of audio guide tours at the information desk. Transcripts are available in English, French, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese and Korean.



Most videos with spoken words (excluding music lyrics and works of art) have open captioning in English. 



Foldable, portable cane-seats are available for use throughout the galleries.



Wheelchair-accessible restrooms with changing tables are located on every level. Please refer to the visitor map for locations.



Two universal (gender-neutral and barrier-free) restrooms are located behind the cafe on the ground floor.


For more information, please contact the ADA Coordinator at 415.581.3598 or Guest Experience at 415.581.3531.
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