Accessibility

Photo of students walking by the muesum

The museum works with GW's Disability Support Services to ensure its exhibitions, programs, and services are accessible to all audiences.

Parking

Designated spaces for visitors with disabilities are available in the university garages nearby. See Getting Here for garage locations, rates, and hours. 

Wheelchair Accessibility

All museum facilities and galleries are fully wheelchair accessible. The front entrance is accessible via the outdoor ramp, and all floors can be reached by elevator.

Sign Language Interpretation

Sign language interpretation is available for museum programs and tours with two weeks notice. Please email the Education Department to arrange this service.

On View

Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair

Stunning ensembles by leading designers tell the story of the Ebony Fashion Fair and its creator Eunice W. Johnson, who broke the color barrier to bring global fashion to African-American audiences.

Foundations for a Nation: Architectural Images from the Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection

Historical images reveal how public competitions, presidential preferences, and unanticipated historical events shaped the U.S. Capitol and White House.

A Collector’s Vision: Selections from the Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection

A new selection of maps, letters, prints, and artifacts on display from the museum’s Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection includes recent acquisitions and rare treasures.

Expansive Visions: GW Collection Past, Present, Future

Organized by GW's Luther Brady Art Gallery and presented in the museum's lower-level galleries, this exhibition traces GW's history and evolution as a presenter of contemporary art through highlights from the university collection.