Ogden Museum of Southern Art strives to create accessible spaces for visitors of all abilities. This page is designed to help you plan your trip and make your visit as easy and comfortable as possible.
For additional information prior to your visit, please call 504.539.9608, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Once in the Museum, questions about accessibility may be directed to security personnel or visitor services. Hours may vary during the holidays. Please check events for holiday hours.
All restrooms are equipped with baby changing stations.
Service animals are welcome at the Ogden Museum.
Visitors with financial limitations
Gain free admission to Ogden Museum of Southern Art for up to four people with the presentation of a SNAP Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card thanks to Museums for All.
Visitors with mobility needs
Getting Around the Museum
All levels of the Museum are accessible by elevator, including exhibition spaces and public facilities.
The front entrance to the Museum, all restrooms and water fountains are wheelchair accessible.
Benches are located throughout the Museum.
Visitors with mobility needs may use mobility devices in all areas of the Museum. For your comfort, manual wheelchairs are available for checkout on a first-come, first-served basis, located at the front desk.
Visitors who are blind or have low vision
Ogden Museum provides large-print materials with at least one week’s notice. Please email email@example.com with requests or for more information.
Verbal Description Services
Ogden Museum provides verbal description services with at least two week’s notice. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with requests or for more information.
EnChroma Color Blind Glasses
Color blind visitors can now experience the Museum in an expanded range of colors with EnChroma glasses. Sizes available for adults and children as well as glasses for those with corrective lenses. Simply enquire at the front desk to check out EnChroma glasses.
Not sure if you’re color blind? Take the EnChroma Test here.
Visitors with Autism or other special needs
Sensory Friendly Backpacks
Generally, the Museum is a quiet space, however Sensory Friendly Backpacks are available for checkout on a first-come, first-served basis, located at the front desk. Backpack contents include noise cancelling headphones and fidget spinners.
Visitors with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia
Ogden Museum Education Department offers docent-led tours tailored to groups with dementia and their care partners. For more information or to book a tour, please email email@example.com or call Ellen Balkin, Director of Education, at 504.539-9608.