The Springville Museum of Art is committed to providing accessible experiences for its visitors. 

Wheelchairs and Strollers:

The Museum is ADA accessible. We have an elevator to enable ease of access to the upper and lower levels, including the restrooms. We also have a wheelchair for patrons to use - please ask at the front desk upon arrival.


We have the following complimentary tools and resources available for check out at the front desk:

  • Wheelchairs
  • Switch Sticks - walking sticks with seat
  • Weighted shoulder pads
  • Fidgets
  • Pencil grips
  • Noise-reducing earmuffs
  • Sunglasses
  • Chews


Accessible parking is available in the Museum’s east parking lot. Visitors may also be dropped off at the east doors. Ramps lead to the front doors. Elevators make each floor accessible.

Service Animals:

Service animals specifically trained to aid a person with a disability are welcome at the Museum.


Accessible, gender neutral restroom is available on the Main Level.

Wheelchair accessible men and women’s restrooms are available on the lower level. 

Requesting Accommodations:

The Museum aims to provide its visitors with disabilities equal access to its facilities, programs, services and activities. 

For guests who would like an ASL language interpreter:

Interpreters can be made available for all school field trips and school programs (including Evening for Educators and all programming related to the All-State High School Art Show) and for most other events and programs.

For guests who are blind or have low vision:

We are in the process of developing a tactile guided tour option. 

For guests who speak languages other than English:

We are working towards having more exhibition and education materials available in Spanish. Please contact us if you have a request for another language. 

senseABLE Tours:

We are now offering a guided tour experience designed specifically for visitors with disabilities. The senseABLE option of our Guide and Seek program focuses on a sensory experience for students and visitors, giving them the rare opportunity to touch and feel different aspects of specific artwork as they focus on the element of texture. This tour was designed to offer a hands-on experience for all students, but specifically those with disabilities. Book your tour here. 

Contact Us

For all questions and accommodation requests please contact our accessibility coordinator Mirielle Sanford at or 801-491-5713.  We want to make your visit to the Museum as successful as possible.