Accessibility & Policies

The Tucson Museum of Art is committed to helping all visitors enjoy its exhibitions and give an equal opportunity to experience the art on view.

Accessible Parking

There are accessible parking spaces in the free lot off Washington Street for vehicles displaying the appropriate permits. This parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis.


Wheelchairs are available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis. Please ask at the information desk. The Museum offers accessible entrances, galleries, café, parking, elevators, drinking fountain, and restroom facilities. There is no wheelchair access to the Museum Store during the renovation of Plaza of the Pioneers.

Sign Language

Sign language interpretation is available for any public program or arranged tour upon advanced request. For more information about accessibility please email the Education Department or call 520-624-2333 ext. 7121.

Accessible to All

The Museum is accessible to all. Please email the Education Department, or call 520-624-2333 ext. 121 to discuss sign-language interpretation, descriptive tours, and other opportunities for people with hearing and or vision loss.


Due to construction of the Kasser Family Wing and renovation of Plaza of the Pioneers, visitors should expect to travel a greater distance than usual between parking and the museum entrance. Please use extra care while navigating the TMA campus during this time, especially on the flagstone sidewalk adjacent to La Casa Cordova (along Meyer Avenue).

From the accessible parking spaces in the museum’s parking lot off of Washington Street, head east, then turn right onto Meyer Avenue and pass through the blue wall. Turn right again and you will be in the Margaret E. Mooney Hall.

To reach Café à la C’Art, head north towards Washington Street. Turn left on Washington Street and then turn left again onto Main Avenue. The Café will be on your left once you pass the J. Knox Corbett House.

Please Note

The museum entrance located at 140 N. Main Avenue does not accommodate wheelchair access. The only fully accessible entrance is located at 200 W. Alameda Street. It can be accessed from the Washington Street parking lot by way of Meyer Avenue.

La Casa Cordova, the historic property housing El Nacimiento and Tucson’s Changing Landscape, is not currently wheelchair accessible,

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