Facilities - The J. Paul Getty Museum

The Getty Center and Villa is ADA accessible to all visitors.

Wheelchairs and Strollers
Standard wheelchairs and strollers are available at the Lower Tram Station and at the coat check desk in the Museum Entrance Hall.

Front and rear row seating is available in the Harold M. Williams Auditorium for visitors using wheelchairs. Please arrive early to reach this area before programs begin. Visitor Services staff are available to assist you.

Sign Language Interpretation
Sign language interpretation is available for all public programs on request. Requests must be made 10 days in advance by calling Visitor Services at (310) 440-7300, or (310) 440-7305 TTY for the deaf or hearing-impaired.

Large Print/Braille
Selected information is available at the Information Desk in the Museum Entrance Hall.

There are accessible spaces on the entry level of the Getty Center parking structure.

The Getty Tram
The computer-operated tram from the street-level parking facility to the top of the hill is fully accessible.

Assisted Listening Devices
Free listening devices are available for all gallery and architectural tours as well as the Orientation Theater. They are also available for all programs in the Harold M. Williams Auditorium and Lecture Halls.

Assistive Animals
Visitors who require assistive animals, such as guide dogs for the blind, are welcome to bring them to the Getty Center.

All payphone banks include an accessible telephone and amplified volume. A TTY public telephone is located in the Museum Entrance Hall.

All public restrooms at the Getty Center include accessible facilities. The family restroom, located in the South Pavilion of the Museum, includes a breast-feeding station and private facilities where you can assist a companion.

Lighting in the photographs, manuscripts, and drawings galleries may be dimmed to protect the art.

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