The Museum parking lot has 4 ADA parking spaces available in our main parking lot. The main entrance and many interior doors have automatic opening available, but some interior doors are manual only. Elevators are available in 3 locations. CMA has many hands-on activities available throughout the galleries that are at an accessible height. A limited number of wheelchairs are available for free at the CMA Welcome Desk.
Download the Visitor Guide: Museum map for Visitors with ASD and Sensory Sensitivities and the Social Story: A visual trip to the Museum for Visitors with ASD and Sensory Sensitivities. Noise-reducing headphones are available for free check out at the welcome desk.
Audio descriptions of a limited number of works of art are available for visitors with blindness or low-vision. Please ask the Welcome Desk for a list of works with audio descriptions currently on display, and directions for accessing them.
Lightweight, portable stools are available for use during your visit. Stools and other seating are available at different locations throughout the galleries.
CMA has two gender-inclusive, wheelchair accessible bathrooms. All other bathrooms are wheelchair accessible. Changing tables are also available in many restrooms. Please check-in at our Welcome Desk for specific details.
There is a multi-use comfort room available for visitors who need a low-stimulus break or a private area to breastfeed or pump. There is comfortable seating, a sink, and changing station located in this room.
Audio assistive technology is available for most public programs. Inquire at our Welcome Desk to check out a device.
Properly identified service animals are welcome at CMA. Emotional support animals are not permitted.
Please ask an associate if you would like help locating any of these accommodations, or if there is another accommodation that could make your visit better. We will do our best to meet your request or incorporate your input into our accessibility plan.