Accessibility

Accessible Drop-off

The most convenient location to drop off a guest who may have limited mobility is on Wilshire Blvd., anywhere between Spaulding Ave. and Urban Light, pending ongoing Metro construction. If you are dropped off at Wilshire and Spaulding, please feel free to use the elevator located to the right of the entrance staircase.

 

Accessible Parking

Accessible parking is available in both of LACMA’s parking lots—in the underground Pritzker Parking Garage off Sixth St. (one block east of Fairfax Ave.) and above ground at the corner of Spaulding Ave. and Wilshire Blvd.

Four spots on P2 of Pritzker Parking Garage are reserved for expectant mothers and families traveling with small children.

 

Accessible Public Transportation

Please visit Metro for more information.

 

Accessible Restrooms

Every restroom at LACMA is wheelchair accessible.

 

For Visitors Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

A limited number of listening devices are available free of charge for programs in the Bing Theater. Guests can request a device from any security officer at the event. Photo ID is required.

 

Quiet Times to Visit

The museum is quietest between 1 to 4 pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Please note that weekends and holidays can be very crowded.

 

Service Animals

Service animals are welcome at LACMA. If you are visiting the museum with a service animal, please be sure to pick up a wristband at either Ticket Office so our security officers know you are visiting the galleries with an approved service animal.

 

Tours for Visitors with Special Needs

LACMA is committed to providing learning experiences for kids, teens, and adults of all abilities. Complimentary tours for visitors with special needs focus on different areas of LACMA's collection and last about 50 minutes. Tours must be arranged at least three weeks in advance and depend on availability of LACMA's trained art docents. Please call 323 857-6109 or email @email for more information.

 

Wheelchairs

Wheelchairs are available at either Ticket Office free of charge, on a first come, first served basis. Photo identification is required. All of the museum’s galleries are accessible by wheelchair.

Admission will not be charged to any Professional Personal Care Attendant (PPCA) accompanying a visitor who requires such care. Complimentary admission for a PPCA may be requested at a LACMA Ticket Office at the time a ticket is purchased for the visitor requiring necessary assistance.