The Worcester Art Museum is committed to making its facilities, programs, and services accessible to all audiences. WAM is actively working on upgrading our amenities to better serve the needs of our diverse audiences through participation in programs such as the Massachusetts Cultural Council's UP-ILN initiative.
For suggestions and/or feedback on accessibility at WAM, please visit one of the front desks and speak with a Guest Services Representative (GSR) or email email@example.com.
Parking and Entrances
Designated spaces are available for visitors with disabilities in the Lancaster Street and Salisbury Street parking lots. The Tuckerman Lot is currently closed due to construction.
The Salisbury Street entrance door can be operated with a push-button.
When the Museum galleries are closed, please use the Lancaster Street entrance.
Visitors with Wheelchairs, Walkers, Strollers, and Other Wheeled Devices
Most public areas of WAM are accessible. Accessible entrances are located on Lancaster Street and Salisbury Street adjacent to the parking lots. The Tuckerman Street entrance is currently closed due to construction.
A GSR at the Lancaster and Salisbury Street entrances will be happy to discuss accessible routes and amenities during your visit.
Wheelchairs and sitting walkers are available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis, located in the coatroom in each lobby. Please ask a GSR for assistance.
Elevators are located throughout the Museum. Please note, the elevator closest to the Salisbury Street entrance may not accommodate all adult-sized power chairs. Please use the Stoddard Garden Court entrance via the Tuckerman Street parking lot for barrier free power chair access.
Thank you to the Worcester Art Museum Docent Council for their generous donation of a sitting walker to WAM.
Service animals are always welcome in the Museum.
Personal Care Attendants
Personal care attendants are admitted free of charge.
Accessible restrooms are located on the 1st and 4th floors of the Museum, the lower level of the Renaissance Court, and the 1st and 2nd floors of the Higgins Education Wing.
A single-user, gender-neutral, accessible restroom is located on the 1st floor of the Higgins Education Wing.
Baby changing stations are available in the 1st floor and 2nd floor Museum restrooms, as well as the 1st floor restrooms in the Higgins Education Wing.
For a place to take a break, have a snack, or attend to infants, visit the 1st floor of the Higgins Education Wing. The Family Nook is a comfortable space to pause, sit, reflect, or engage in quiet activities.