Saint Louis Art Museum: Visit


The Saint Louis Art Museum welcomes all visitors and strives to make its building and programs accessible to everyone. The Museum offers a variety of resources for visitors of all ages and abilities.

Strollers are welcome in the Museum, but their use may be restricted in some areas.
Restrooms equipped with changing stations are available.
Coat CheckA Coat Check is available free of charge in Sculpture Hall.
Lost and Found
To recover a lost item or to turn in a found item, please visit the Information Center in Sculpture Hall or call 314.655.5299.
Parking and Entry
Free ADA-compliant parking is available in the lots across from the Museum’s Main Building Entrance. Directly in front of the Museum, Fine Arts Drive may be used as a drop-off and pick-up location. A ramp and power assist doors are located at the Main Building Entry Stair, on the right, to accommodate visitors with wheelchairs, walkers, or strollers.
All public areas of the Museum are ADA-compliant and accessible to wheelchair users and other visitors who need to avoid stairs. Standard wheelchairs may be requested at the Information Center in Sculpture Hall. These are available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis. Maps with elevator locations are also available at the Information Center.
Personal Transporters
The Museum welcomes motorized wheelchairs and other personal transporters needed by disabled visitors.
Service Animals
The Museum welcomes certified service animals. Service animals must remain on a leash at all times while in the Museum.
Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs)
ALDs are available at the Information Center in Sculpture Hall for all public programs.
Large Print
The Museum offers large print versions of exhibition labels. Magnifying glasses are also available upon request.
Certified Sign Language Interpreters are available for public programs with four weeks advance notice. Please contact 314.655.5298 or to arrange for this service.