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Accessible Tours

The Gallery is committed to making its collection, buildings, and programs accessible to all audiences. Join one of the tours listed below, and get details on planning your visit and accessible programs here.
 

ASL at the NGA: An Introduction to the National Gallery of Art's Collection

Tours of the West and East Building collections are offered in American Sign Language (ASL), with voice interpretation into English, the second Sunday of each month at 1 p.m.

Check our calendar for upcoming dates.

ASL Video Tour

Discover 26 essential works in the collection through a video tour conducted in American Sign Language (ASL). This free, self-guided tour can be played on your mobile device, or on an Acoustiguide device, available at the West Building Main Floor, Rotunda.

Art for ASL Learners

A tour designed specifically for students learning American Sign Language (ASL). Groups (minimum 10 participants) join a guide for a 60-minute tour and discussion led entirely in ASL. A voice interpreter can be provided upon request.

Offered by appointment only. Email us to book a tour.

Picture This: Tours for People with Low Vision and Who Are Blind

Tours with an emphasis on verbal description of the West Building permanent collections are offered on the fourth Wednesday and fourth Saturday of every month at 1 p.m.

Check our calendar for upcoming dates.

Tours by request

American Sign Language (ASL) interpreted tours and interpreted tours with a focus on verbal descriptions for visitors who are blind or partially sighted are available upon request. To make an appointment, please call (202) 842-6905 or e-mail three weeks in advance.