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Visitors with Special Needs

The Asian Art Museum is accessible to people with disabilities. 
Wheelchairs and light folding stools are available at the Coat Check. Trained guide and service animals are welcome.

Visitors Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs) and sign-language interpreters are available for public programs and selected docent tours. Please contact us at least two weeks in advance to book an ALD or interpreter.

The Information Desk can provide transcripts of multimedia tours.

A TTY pay phone equipped with an acoustic coupler is located on the ground level.

Visitors Who are Blind or Visually Impaired
The museum is equipped with Talking Signs transmitters. Visitors may borrow a complimentary Talking Signs receiver, multimedia tour, large-print floor plan, or magnifier from the Information Desk. In selected exhibitions, large-print labels are available in the galleries.

Please note that many areas feature low lighting to protect the artworks.

Parking
There are limited handicapped parking spaces around the museum, and they do fill up quickly. Visitors are welcome to drop off passengers in the white space on Larkin St, in front of the main entrance, and then park in one of the nearby garages. There are two handicapped spaces on Fulton Street next to the museum, as well as two next to the library across the street. There is one parking space on Larkin Street at the Fulton St. corner. 

Accessibility Contact Information
For more information, please contact the ADA Coordinator (415.581.3598, TTY 415.861.2035).