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Accessibility

Murray Art Museum Albury is open and accessible to the whole community, with the design promoting equality for the elderly, people with prams and people of all abilities. Layout, access and approach, entry, mobility, acoustics, furniture and equipment, floor coverings, communication, lighting have all been developed with accessibility as precedence.

We welcome comments and suggestions about how to improve our facilities and programs for visitors with access requirements. Feel free to contact us on (02) 6043 5800 or email mama@alburycity.nsw.gov.au with any specific questions about the accessibility of the building.

Level Access

The Museum building is spread over two levels accessible by a staircase located in the main foyer at the QEII Entrance and a lift located adjacent to the studio and workshop.

Wheelchairs & Seating

The Museum building is fully wheelchair accessible. Visitors are welcome to free hire of our wheelchairs and/or our portable “pause” stools which can be taken into exhibition spaces. Seating is provided at all public programs and events. Additional seating within an exhibition space can be made available on request.

Parking

Accessible parking is available within the vicinity of the Museum building and can be accessed at the Kiewa Street Target Carpark, Volt Lane Carpark, Olive Street (on-street), or Swift Street (on-street). The Museum’s loading bay (Dean Street entry) may be used to drop off visitors, with a ramp to the side-entrance. Please ring the doorbell for assistance.

Families with Young Children

Visitors of all ages are welcome at the Museum. Prams are welcome in all gallery spaces and baby change facilities (gender non-specific) are available on the ground floor and breastfeeding is welcome in all our spaces.

Toilets

Accessible bathroom facilities can be found on the ground floor adjacent to the studio and workshop. Gender non-specific toilets are the accessible toilets (ground floor).

Sensory Inclusion & Accessibility

The Museum Visitor Experience team are on hand to provide support for those with sensory needs and where possible adjust our environments to enable sensory regulation.

Assistance and Support Animals

Assistance and support animals are welcome and drinking water is available on request.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing

AUSLAN interpreters can be supplied at events upon request (please contact us two weeks before the event to discuss).

Programs & Events

As our exhibitions and related programs change across the year, we encourage visitors to explore the Museum website and/or contact our Visitor Experience Team to discuss specific accessibility queries.