Accessibility

The Davis is committed to making our museum and programs accessible to all audiences.  
 
Building access: The Davis, Collins Café, and Collins Cinema are wheelchair accessible. Two manual wheelchairs are available for free, without reservations; please inquire at the Front Desk. Public restrooms in the Museum and Café are accessible.
 
Other accommodations may be available if requested in advance. Please contact Jim Wice, Director of Disability Services for Wellesley College, at 781.283.2434 (voice/TTY) or jwice@wellesley.edu for more information.
 
Program access: We encourage you to contact us about the following guided tour options, available for free with two weeks advance notice:
 
For visitors with hearing loss: American Sign Language interpreted tours of the permanent collections and special exhibitions (subject to interpreter availability).
 
For visitors with vision loss: Tactile tours or verbal description tours of the permanent collections.

For visitors with memory loss: the Davis is proud to announce Making Memories: Accessible Art Program for Adults Living with Alzheimer’s and Other Dementias. Making Memories is an accessible arts program for adults living with early Alzheimer’s and other dementias and their care partners for a guided exploration of our permanent collections with specially trained museum staff and Student Guides. This free program offers opportunities to enjoy conversation, works of art, and new experiences at the Davis. Participation is free with advance registration, and private groups are encouraged to book a custom program. Space is limited, and pre-registration is required. For more information or to pre-register, email Arthurina Fears, Manager of Museum Education and Programs, at afears@wellesley.edu.  RSVPs required. Calendar.

 
To book your customized tour, please contact Arthurina Fears afears@wellesley.edu or call 781.283.3045.