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Leslie-Lohman Museum

of Art

 Accessibility Guide

Table of Contents

Accessible Entrances: Page 2

Accessible Drop Off Area: Page 3

Accessible Restrooms: Page 4

Museum Access: Page 5-6

Accessible Entrances

The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art’s location in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood is wheelchair accessible via the front entrance on 26 Wooster Street.

What to note about our accessible entrance:

Accessible Drop Off Areas

Just past the Leslie-Lohman Museum, near 18 Wooster Street, is an accessible drop off area. There are also curb cuts on the corner of Wooster Street and Grand Street, as well as on the corner of Wooster Street and Canal Street. Please note that while drop off on Wooster Street is possible, parking on Wooster Street is very limited. There are, however, nearby parking garages. The closest garages are located at 355 Canal Street (~1-minute walk), 311 West Broadway (~3-minute walk), and 40 Mercer Street (~5-minute walk).

The nearest accessible subway station for multiple trains is Broadway-Lafayette St. off the B, D, F, or M trains, approximately .6 of a mile away from the museum. More information on accessible stations can be found here.

Accessible and All-Gender


The Leslie-Lohman Museum has two restrooms: a single-occupancy, accessible restroom located behind the visitor services desk, and a multi-occupancy, non-wheelchair-accessible restroom located in the gallery. Both museum restrooms are gender-inclusive. Please note that neither restroom offers a changing table.

Directions to wheelchair-accessible restroom:

Directions to non-wheelchair-accessible restroom:

Leslie-Lohman Museum Access

The Leslie-Lohman Museum is accessible for guests using mobility devices. Please note that staff will work with individuals and groups who disclose accessibility needs in advance to accommodate them to the best of our ability.

Access measures we have in place for the Museum:

For questions, feedback or access requests, please contact