Visitors with Disabilities/Special Needs
Seattle Art Museum's Olympic Sculpture Park facilities are wheelchair accessible. The following are services to assist disabled visitors.
A 3-minute passenger load zone is located on southbound Western Avenue before the Broad Street intersection.
Wheelchair-Accessible Parking & Pavilion Access
As always, visitors are welcome to park in a metered parking space if any are available in the area. There are also 2 disabled parking spots in the Olympic Sculpture Park garage located on Broad Street. Please note, parking is limited in this garage and there is a parking fee. An elevator is located in the parking garage for easy entrance to the Pavilion and the park. There are many other parking garages in the area.
Wheelchairs are available at the front desk in the Olympic Sculpture Park Pavilion. A piece of identification must be left at security for the wheelchair loan. Sorry, there are no advance reservations. Wheelchairs are on a first-come first-served basis and the number of wheelchairs are limited.
The Olympic Sculpture Park has ADA accessible ramps, and the main Z path through the park is graded to provide universal access.
Hearing-Impaired Services for Public Tours
Sign language is available for all public tours upon request with two weeks notice. Please call 206.654.3137 (TTY) or 206.654.3123 (voice) for more information.