We welcome visitors of all ages and abilities to discover art! Our commitment to these audiences is strengthened by partnerships with professionals skilled in serving visitors with special needs.
Planning a visit?
Check out these opportunities designed for visitors with special needs, always free of charge.
Available on request
A program designed for individuals with dementia and their caregivers; share moments connecting with art and one another by exploring themes that spark conversation and laughter.
Available: on request for individuals and groups
Designed for people of all ages with low or no vision and their guests, these tours use conversation, our Tactile Tool Kits, and other sensory tools to make connections with art in the galleries.
Available: on request for groups
Geared toward groups of adults or children with cognitive and/or physical needs, participants spend time with artworks in the galleries, engage in multisensory activities, and create works of art.
Available: April and October
Children on the autism spectrum and their families are invited to participate in sensory-friendly museum activities exploring artwork and engaging in hands-on art-making.
Available: September and AprilNeurodivergent adults and their guests are invited to participate in sensory-friendly and social event exploring artwork and engaging in hands-on activities.