Accessibility

Reynolda House is accessible to all visitors with disabilities. Parking is located immediately outside the main entrance.

Accessibility

Reynolda’s original historic house elevator and an elevator in the Babcock Wing are available to take visitors to all levels of the historic house, main gallery, auditorium, and studios. 

Accessibility

Complimentary lockers and a coatroom provide convenient and safe storage for personal items.

Accessibility

Reynolda House has twice been awarded the Helping Hand Award by the Winston-Salem Mayor’s Council for Persons with Disabilities for programs and outreach that provide inspirational experiences for persons with disabilities.

1
2
3
4

Accessibility

Reynolda House Museum of American Art welcomes and encourages visitors with disabilities to contact us prior to your visit so that we may better accommodate you. Four handicapped parking spaces are available immediately adjacent to the Museum entrance with two additional spaces in lower Parking Lot 1A.

  • Visitors who use wheelchairs/and or walkers may enter the main entry using a side ramp.
  • Two wheelchairs are available upon request at the front desk at no charge.
  • Lightweight gallery stools may be requested at the front desk at no charge.
  • Public elevators provide access to all levels of the Museum.
  • Public restrooms with accessibility features are located in the historic house and on the main and gallery levels of the Babcock Wing.
  • Headsets to play the audio guide are available at the front desk at no charge.
  • Large print text of the audio guide is available upon request at the front desk at no charge.
  • Sign language interpreters or any other assistance staff accompanying a visitor are welcome at no additional charge.

For more information, call 336.758.5150 during Museum hours.

Guided tours for special needs groups may be arranged. Please contact Julia Hood at 336.758.5599 at least two weeks in advance of your visit.