The Hunterdon Art Museum recognizes the diversity of our guests' abilities and needs and is committed to offering services that make its exhibitions and programs accessible to all visitors.

Entrance and Parking

One accessible parking space for a vehicle displaying an appropriate access parking permit is located on Lower Center Street, directly beside the entrance ramp to the Museum.

Free accessible parking is also available at several Municipal parking locations near the Museum.

A wheelchair-accessible ramp leads to the Museum’s entrance.

Accessibility within the Galleries & Studios

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Elevator Access

The Museum’s elevator allows access to all four levels of the building and features interior handrails and Braille lettering on the control panel.

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The Museum has two fully accessible unisex restrooms on the first floor, and one on the fourth floor. Signs are high contrast and include Braille. An accessible water fountain is located on the first floor.

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Large Print Available

Copies of exhibition labels and other printed materials are available in large print upon request at the Museum’s front desk.

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Wheelchair Accessible

The Museum is barrier-free and accessible to wheelchair users.

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Service Animals Permitted

Trained service animals such as guide dogs are permitted to assist Museum visitors.

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Closed Captioning Available

Most videos for exhibitions are closed-captioned.

Museum Tours and Programs

Advance notice is recommended for special tours or accommodations.
Call 908-735-8415 for information and group reservations

Visitors who are blind or have low vision may request an individually guided tour. When possible, the tours include tactile objects representative of the artwork in the exhibitions. To request an accommodation or a custom tour, please call the Museum at least two weeks prior to the date of your visit at 908-735-8415.