At the recommendation of the University of Pennsylvania to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, ICA is now temporarily closed to the public until further notice. All public events taking place at the museum through April 17 have been canceled. ICA staff will have remote office hours Monday through Friday, 9AM to 6PM. You may experience some delays with publication orders and archival requests. We thank you in advance for your patience.
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ASL interpreter Jackie (from Hands UP Productions) during a Curator-Led Tour, December 2019. Photo by Derek Rigby.

Accessible parking is located in the following garages:
• Drexel University on 34th and Market
• Walnut Street and 38th
• Sheraton Hotel at 3549 Chestnut
• University of Pennsylvania on 34th and Chestnut

And on the following streets:
• 36th and 37th on Chestnut
• 35th and 36th on Market
• 36th and Ludlow

Service Animals

Service animals are welcome throughout the museum.


Wheelchair accessible restrooms are located on the 1st floor past the front desk.


Manual wheelchairs are available upon request.

Gallery Stools

Gallery stools are located next to the front desk and at the entrance to the 2nd floor galleries.

Large Print

Gallery guides in large print are available at the front desk.


All public spaces in the museum are accessible to visitors by an elevator that is wheelchair accessible.


Earplugs are available at the front desk.

A sign language interpreter is present for every curator-led tour. Check the ICA main page under the heading Upcoming Events or contact the Visitor Services Coordinator for information about when those tours are scheduled.

Videos on display in the galleries may be available with captions on an iPad that can be checked-out from the front desk for in-gallery use. Live captioning is provided for certain programs. Check the ICA homepage under the heading Upcoming Events or contact the Visitor Services Coordinator for information about the programs with live captioning or to request the service.

For visitors on the autism spectrum we offer a visual preview of our exhibitions through a social story. The narrative provides an overview of what to expect when visiting ICA.