KIMBELL ART MUSEUM ACCESSIBILITY POLICY
The Kahn Building is accessible through the Kahn east entrance. The Piano Pavilion is accessible through the underground parking garage and from the group drop-off on Camp Bowie Boulevard. To enter one building from the other via a handicapped-accessible entrance, follow the sidewalk around Camp Bowie and Van Cliburn Way.
Most areas of the Kimbell Art Museum's campus are accessible to wheelchairs and people with limited mobility, but it's a good idea to call ahead about any mobility issues so that we can help make your visit as comfortable as possible. Call 817-332-8451 and press "0" for assistance.
Click here for a map of the accessibility route at the Museum.
ENTRANCES AND PARKING
The east entrance to the Kahn Building, off Van Cliburn Way, is handicapped accessible, with a ramp on either side of the doors. Reserved handicapped parking spaces are available in the parking lot at the east entrance.
The entrance to the Piano Pavilion is accessible through the underground parking garage and from the group drop-off on Camp Bowie Boulevard. Reserved handicapped parking spaces are available in the underground parking garage. For directions to the Kimbell, click here.
WHEELCHAIRS & WALKERS
A limited number of wheelchairs are available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis at the Parcel Checks of both buildings of the Museum. The Kimbell also welcomes personal wheelchairs and walkers.
Service animals are welcome in the Museum.
Benches are provided in most galleries of the Museum.
Restrooms are located on the lower level of the Kahn Building and on both the upper and lower levels of the Piano Pavilion. Restrooms contain handicapped-accessible stalls.
FM assistive-listening devices are available in the Museum auditorium during lectures and films.
LARGE-PRINT LABEL BOOKLETS
Special exhibition labels are available in large print. Booklets may be picked up at the Audio Tour Desk near the exhibition's entrance.
COMMUNITY ACCESS PROGRAMS
The Kimbell currently offers Viewpoints programs, featuring free interactive gallery discussions and art-making activities for individuals with Alzheimer's and their care partners. Please click here for more information.