Construction in the Pioneer Endicott building is ongoing and ever-changing. If at any time access is an issue, please call MMAA Project Space staff at 651.797.2571 for assistance.
MMAA’s Project Space is accessible through the lobby of the Pioneer Building via its Robert Street entrance or the skyway. The street-level entrance to the Pioneer Building, located 20 feet north of the museum’s Robert Street entrance, is equipped with power-assisted doors. Visitors parking in the adjacent Jackson Street ramp can access the Pioneer Endicott building through ramp levels 3A or 4 and proceed via the Pioneer Endicott building elevator to MMAA’s entrance on the first floor.
Please contact MMAA Project Space staff at 651.797.2571 during open hours for more information or to make any special arrangements. All staff and volunteers are trained to assist visitors with accessing the museum space.
Occasionally the MMAA sends exhibitions "on the road" to partnering institutions. To ease your visit to these locations, we will include links to their respective accessibility options on this page.
MetroTransit buses and trains are wheelchair accessible. For more information about public transit accessibility, please visit metrotransit.org.
One of the restrooms in the Project Space is wheelchair accessible.
Service animals are welcome.
American sign language interpreters for Gallery Talks, lectures, and other special events related to MMAA’s programming and membership activities can be arranged for visitors and groups with at least three weeks advanced notice. Call 651.797.2571 or email email@example.com to place a request.
The Minnesota Museum of American Art is committed to serving all people of all abilities. Upon request, MMAA will make every effort to provide reasonable accommodation to ensure wide participation in all museum services, programs, and activities.
We welcome questions or feedback about accessibility at any of our exhibitions or events. Please contact us at 651.797.2571 or firstname.lastname@example.org.