Facilities - MASS MoCA

MASS MoCA is wheelchair-accessible. There is one outdoor exhibit, Visitations, which, because of its placement in an unrenovated portion of the complex, is not readily accessible to wheelchairs (though it is mostly a sound art installation, and it can be heard, if imperfectly, from an accessible platform). We do have wheelchairs, which we suggest you reserve in advance by calling our box office at 413.662.2111. There is ample handicapped parking, and we invite all patrons to drop off visitors near the front door. (The site is very large, and the distances -- by most museum measures -- are great.)

There are two excellent restaurants on the MASS MoCA campus:
Lickety Split, our café (phone 413.663.3372), serves breakfast and lunch daily with ice cream, coffees, espresso, and fresh-squeezed lemonade plus light fare for dinner on show nights. Open during museum hours and before, during, and after performing arts events.

Cafe Latino,a full service restaurant and bar on the MASS MoCA campus featuring the warm flavors of Latin America. Serving lunch + dinner. Call for days of operation. Reservations welcome. Phone 413.662.2004.

There's a wide variety of restaurants in the area from elegant, renovated Victorians to funky cafés and bars, to great ethnic spots, to coffee shops. The city of North Adams publishes a map guide to the area which includes some restaurant listings. We would be happy to send you one, or pick one up in our lobby. Briefly, within walking distance are Gramercy Bistro, The Freightyard Pub, Brew-ha-ha, Milan@55 Main, Gideon's and Gideon's Luncheon and Nightery , Molly's Bakery, and Steeples. Within a short drive are Boston Seafood Restaurant, Jae's Inn, and Gringo's. A variety of pizza and fast food restaurants are also downtown.

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