A group of people stand in a gallery, smiling at two women: one is speaking, and the other is using sign language.

An American Sign Language tour explores the permanent collection. Photo: Bryan Conley

Visitors with Accessibility Needs

The following programs are designed to make the museum’s rich collection available for all who would like to explore it. We welcome your feedback!

In the Moment: Tours for Visitors with Alzheimer’s and Dementia

We invite groups with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia to explore our collection with their care partners. Learn more about In the Moment tours and scheduling.

Guide Tours for the Blind or Partially Sighted

Guided tours with vibrant visual description and hands-on materials provide a sensory experience for visually impaired audiences. Visit the calendar for upcoming accessible tours.

Tours in American Sign Language

Tours in American Sign Language bring the museum’s exhibitions and collection to visitors with hearing limitations. Visit the calendar for upcoming accessible tours.

Group Visits

We are continually working to make museum programs and exhibitions accessible to all visitors. Contact the Group Visits Coordinator at 412.622.3289, or email groupvisits@carnegiemuseums.org to organize the right group experience.

Accessibility at Carnegie Museums

We work to assist visitors with disabilities in obtaining reasonable and appropriate accommodations, and in supporting equal access to our websites, services, programs, and activities. Learn more about our accessibility accommodations.