Facility Access Information
Wheelchair Parking Location
Wheelchair parking is available in the Museum's parking garage located on Levels P1, P2, and P3. There are 3-4 spaces on each level of the garage, right next to the elevators.
At the Hamon Street entrance, there are no steps and there is an accessible door with an automatic open button.
There is an elevator availble from the parking garage to access the Hamon Street entrance. Both the Flora Street and the Ross Street entrances are accessible and do not have steps. All of the Museum entrances are ADA compatible. We recommend dropping off and picking up visitors with special needs at the Main Entrance (north side of the Museum).
Café / Restaurant
Café/Restaurant is wheelchair accessible
Wheelchairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis at the Visitor Services Desk.
Children’s Backpack Carriers
Backpacks and other large carriers may be left at the Museum’s Coat Check, located just under the stairs near the Main Entrance.
All restrooms are accessible
Family / unisex restroom available (wheelchair accessible)
Family/Unisex Restroom Location
Family/Unisex restrooms are available on level M1 and is accessible by elevator.
Sitting Area Location
Sitting areas are located near the Atrium Cafe, in the Center for Creative Connections, and benches are available throughout the Museum's galleries.
Portable stools are available in the Center for Creative Connections.
Other Programs for Audiences with Diverse Needs
Visitors with Alzheimer's and visitors with autism
Welcome to the Dallas Museum of Art. Located in the vibrant Arts District of downtown Dallas, Texas, the Dallas Museum of Art ranks among the leading art institutions in the country and is distinguished by its innovative exhibitions, groundbreaking educational programs, and encyclopedic collection. The Museum welcomes more than a half-million visitors annually and engages people of all ages and backgrounds. The Museum offers a wide variety of programs year-round and one out every two visitors to the Museum engages in some kind of program or activity to deepen their connection to the art. At the heart of Museum’s programming is its encyclopedic collection, which encompasses more than 24,000 works and spans 5,000 years of history, representing a full range of world cultures. In 2008, the Museum opened the Center for Creative Connections, a ground-breaking space devoted to presenting interactive experiences with art for all generations and learning styles to explore.