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At the Museum of Contemporary Art, we are dedicated to making art accessible to all in an inclusive and safe environment. To ensure a positive and memorable experience, we ask staff and visitors to be considerate of others while sharing this space. If you need assistance, notice anything unusual, or need to borrow a pencil, please ask a Gallery Attendant (MOCA staff wearing all black) for help.

  • ADA service animals are welcome in our galleries. Please note that pets and emotional support animals are not permitted.

  • Wheelchairs are available at the reception or lobby desks. Just check in with a MOCA Gallery Attendant when you arrive to MOCA.

  • We are happy to schedule American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters for special tours, lectures, and other talk-focused public programs with two weeks’ notice. Request an interpreter by emailing

  • Assisted Listening Devices for programs and tours are available by request. Please email or ask a staff member.

  • Designed especially for families with children but useful to all, our Know-Before-You-Go Guide to MOCA Grand Avenue breaks down everything you can expect when you arrive for your visit.
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