The Hood Museum of Art welcomes all visitors and is committed to making its programs and exhibitions accessible to all audiences. The galleries are now closed for expansion and renovation, but our programming continues, both in the Hood Museum of Art Auditorium and elsewhere.
The Hood Museum of Art Auditorium remains fully accessible, and public art on Dartmouth's campus, including Orozco's Epic of American Civilization in Baker-Berry Library, will be accessible throughout the project, just as it has always been. Accessible parking is available throughout downtown Hanover and Dartmouth's campus in the vicinity of any offsite events the museum may host.
Arriving at the Museum / Auditorium
Accessible parking is located on the north side of Wheelock Street, on the Green.
As you face the Hopkins Center on Wheelock Street, the archway to the museum is located to the left. Go under the archway and immediately turn left up the ramp to the entrance of the museum.
At the Museum / Auditorium
Wheelchair and Stroller Access
The Hood Museum of Art Auditorium is wheelchair and stroller accessible. A public elevator is located near the Visitor Services desk inside the front entrance to the museum, which will continue to be open for special events during the closure to allow access to the elevator.
Assistive-listening devices are available free of charge for all events. Please inquire at the Visitor Services desk at the museum entrance.
Service animals are permitted in the auditorium.
Accessible restrooms are available on the ground floor near the auditorium.
For accessibility questions or requests, please call (603) 646-2808 or email email@example.com.