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For Visitors with Disabilities

The Metropolitan Museum of Art welcomes all visitors and affirms its commitment to offering programs and services that are accessible to everyone.

For Visitors with Hearing Loss Programs for Visitors with Hearing Loss

Learn about programs with assistive listening devices and real-time captioning.

For Visitors Who Are Deaf Programs for Visitors Who Are Deaf

Find out about programs in American Sign Language, with Sign Language interpretation, and with real-time captioning.

For Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted Programs for Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted

Take part in verbal imaging and touch tours as well as art workshops for kids, teens, and adults.

For Visitors with Developmental and Learning Disabilities and Those on the Autism Spectrum Programs for Visitors with Learning and Developmental Disabilities

Learn about workshops that welcome kids and adults with a range of abilities and learning styles together with family and friends.

For Visitors with Dementia and Their Care Partners Programs for Visitors with Dementia and Their Care Partners

Join specially designed gallery and classroom art programs and become part of a community.

Programs for Visitors with Learning and Developmental Disabilities

See information about how to schedule a Museum visit for a group of visitors with disabilities.

Under 30 Learn about the Museum's commitment to making its collection, buildings, programs, and services accessible to all audiences.