PAFA welcomes all visitors with wheelchairs and strollers into both of its buildings!
PAFA’s galleries, special exhibitions and John and Rashanda Rhoden Arts Center located in the Samuel M.V. Hamilton building are accessible through the front Broad Street entrance, which is on street level, and accessible restrooms are located on each floor. The "school entrance" of the Hamilton Building is also accessible on street level, in the rear of the building by Grumman's Greenhouse ("the airplane sculpture"), for meetings, library visits and classes that take place in school studios and classrooms.
PAFA's galleries and special exhibitions in the Historic Landmark Building are accessible through a street level elevator in the rear of the building during open museum hours, and staff or security will greet visitors and assist them in accessing the museum's front lobby and passenger elevator. An accessible and family-friendly restroom is located on the 2nd floor of the museum galleries toward the rear of the building.
Admission for personal-care attendants is free.
Wheelchairs are available free of charge, on a first-come, first-served basis. Ask at the front desk.
Guided tours for groups with special needs are available by request. Call 215-972-2069 to discuss tour options.
Large print labels are available for most exhibitions. They can be picked up at the front desk.
Service animals are welcome.