The Utah Museum of Fine Arts is an accessible building.
visitors who use wheelchairs or mobility aids
A wheelchair is available for use while at the UMFA. Inquire at the visitor services desk. All galleries, The Museum Store, the Dumke Auditorium and The Museum Café are wheelchair accessible. There are two elevators—one located in the lobby and another in the southeast corner of the Museum.
visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing
Assistive listening devices are available for auditorium programs. To request sign language interpretation or other accommodations for a lecture, film, or tour email firstname.lastname@example.org.
visitors who are blind or visually impaired
Guided tours of the Museum's touch collection and escorts who guide visitors through exhibitions to describe objects and read accompanying labels are available by appointment. Call 801.585.7163 to schedule a visit. Wall labels and exhibition information are available in large type throughout the galleries.
visitors with assistance animals
Visitors with assistance animals are welcome in the Museum.
For additional information contact the accessibility coordinator at email@example.com or call 801.585.7163.
Creativity in Focus film screenings and ARTLandish programming continue in the Katherine W. and Ezekiel R. Dumke Jr. Auditorium while Museum galleries remain temporarily closed for reinstallation. The Museum Cafe and Store are open and we invite you to join us for Third Saturdays for Families art making in the UMFA education classroom. Museum educators continue to offer K-12 outreach and teacher workshops.
Galleries reopen to the public the last weekend of August.
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