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Special Access Tours at ICA Miami. Photo: Javier Sanchez.
Special Access Tours at ICA Miami. Photo: Javier Sanchez.

Accessibility

ICA Miami is committed to being fully accessible and inclusive, and aims to provide a safe and welcoming space for learning and creative expression

Special Access Tours

Our special access tour curriculum seeks to ensure that every person, regardless of ability or background, can meaningfully participate in all aspects of our tour programs.

American Sign Language (ASL)

Sign language interpreters for tours and public programming may be requested free of charge at access@icamiami.org. Please make requests at least 2 weeks in advance.

Large Print Guides

Large print museum guides are available at our front desk. Ask a Visitor Services Associate!

Courtesy Wheelchairs

Wheelchairs are available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis at our Visitor Services desk.

Sensory-Friendly Room

The Sensory-Friendly Room is specially designed and adapted for individuals with sensory processing and Autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The room is open to the public during Family Day on the third Sunday of each month.

Sensory-Friendly Kits

Sensory-Friendly Kits are available for visitors with sensory processing disorders at the front desk! Our sensory-friendly kits come equipped with noise-canceling earmuffs, sunglasses, various fidget toys, and an emotion chart to enhance your experience at ICA Miami.

Service Animals

Service animals as defined by the ADA National Network are welcome.

Contact

Please feel free to contact us at access@icamiami.org for accessibility-related requests, questions or feedback.