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The Gardiner Museum strives to make our building, collections, exhibitions, and programs accessible to all individuals, including people with disabilities. We welcome your feedback.

The following information will help you plan your visit:

  • Fully accessible and well lit entrance to the building
  • Attendants receive free admission for entry, programs, classes, etc.
  • Fully accessible building, including third-floor restaurant
  • Accessible washrooms
  • Accessible studios
  • Identified quiet zone in our Lecture Hall or in the Delftware and Maiolica galleries if the Lecture Hall is unavailable
  • There is music playing in our European Porcelain Galleries, however, it can be turned off upon request
  • Chairs with arms are available in the restaurant at all times, with more available on request
  • We provide reasonable accommodations upon request, including alternative formats. Advanced notice of these requirements before your visit would be appreciated

Click here to view our Customer Service Accessibility Policy.