Art at Your Fingertips During March 23 Access Day at the de Young

“The greatest thing about Access Day is that the museum is closed so you can get closer to the art. Also the docents are specifically trained to be more descriptive in talking about the art. These tours are specifically for people who are blind or visually impaired.”
-Beth Berenson, LightHouse Community Services and Information and Referral Coordinator

Enjoy a unique opportunity to see the exhibition Botticelli to Braque: Masterpieces from the National Galleries of Scotland.

When: March 23, 2015
Where: de Young Museum, San Francisco
Free for each member and one guest
Non-members: $5 per person; some free tickets available for those with financial need.

The Exhibition runs March 7 through May 3, 2015.

Perks of Access Day include:
Admission by appointment
Reduced crowds and discounted fees
Extra blue parking spaces at the de Young
Maps with parking and transportation information
Extra seating inside and outside the exhibition
Portable large-print editions of exhibition labels
Docent-led tours
Verbal description tours at 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon

Available upon request:
Wheelchairs and folding stools
American Sign Language interpretation (please request at least two weeks in advance)
Materials in alternative formats for study in advance of visit
Assistive listening devices

For other requests, please contact Rebecca Bradley at or 415-750-7645.

Click here to download the reservation form.