Accessibility at Taubman
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Accessibility

The Taubman Museum of Art recognizes the diversity of our general public's abilities and needs, and we offer a variety of programs and services to ensure the accessibility of the museum and its exhibitions. 

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The following services are available:

Wheelchair Accessibility

All public areas of the museum are wheelchair accessible. The main entrance on Salem Avenue has power assist doors. Handicapped parking spaces are located behind the museum on Norfolk Avenue, where sidewalk access easily leads around the cafe to the main entrance on Salem Avenue.

Two public elevators provide access to the second floor. Wheelchair-accessible restrooms are located in the atrium and on the second floor in the multi-stalled restrooms (not family restrooms). Wheelchair spaces are provided for all events and programs.

There are five wheelchairs available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis from the front desk. Motorized wheelchairs are permitted. All activities on the Art Venture mezzanine are also offered in the work stations on the ground floor.

Visual Accessibility

All public areas of the museum are wheelchair accessible. An entry ramp is located at the security entrance behind the museum on Norfolk Avenue. The main entrance on Salem Avenue has power assist doors. Handicapped parking spaces are located behind the museum on Norfolk Avenue, where sidewalk access easily leads around the cafe to the main entrance on Salem Avenu

Two public elevators provide access to the second floor. Wheelchair-accessible restrooms are located in the atrium and on the second floor in the multi-stalled restrooms (not family restrooms). Wheelchair spaces are provided for all events and programs.

There are five wheelchairs available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis from the front desk. Motorized wheelchairs are permitted. All activities on the Art Venture mezzanine are also offered in the work stations on the ground floor.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Accessibility

The museum’s Black Box Theatre and Advance Auto Parts Auditorium feature hearing amplification systems available with a two weeks' notice with the collaboration of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Service Center. Audio amplification devices can also be requested for docent-lead tours with two weeks' notice.

A Sign Language Interpreter is available upon request three weeks prior to the visit or performance.