Reynolda strives to make our buildings, galleries, grounds, and programs accessible to all of our visitors.


Four handicap accessible parking spaces are available immediately adjacent to the Museum entrance. 

  • Visitors who use wheelchairs and/or walkers may access the main entry using a side ramp. 
  • Two wheelchairs are available for visitors to use upon request at the front desk at no charge.
  • Public elevators provide access to all levels of the Museum.
  • Public restrooms with accessibility features are located in the historic house and on the main and gallery levels of the Babcock Wing.
  • Accompanying sign language interpreters or any other assistance staff with a guest are welcome at no additional charge.
  • Service animals are welcome in the Museum. 
  • Printed object labels are ADA compliant, and exhibition texts in the Babcock Wing gallery are printed in both Spanish and English. 
  • Benches, sofas, and armchairs are available in several locations for visitor rest and relaxation. Teachers may request in advance to have stools placed in several locations for sketching in the galleries. 

For more information, call 336.758.5150 during Museum hours. 

Guided Museum tours for groups of visitors with special needs are available. Please contact Julia Hood at 336.758.5599 to schedule a tour.


The Formal Gardens are accessible by a barrier-free entrance on the west side. The Greenhouse and Conservatory are entered through the door facing the formal gardens. Pathways in the formal gardens are grass, crushed stone, and slate. Nature trails are chipped bark or gravel. Accessible parking is available in front of the greenhouses. Accessible restrooms are located at the east entrance to the formal gardens beside the Greenhouse. Service dogs are permitted in the Formal Gardens. 


Accessible parking spaces are located throughout Reynolda Village.  Accessible gender-neutral public restrooms are available in building 114, adjacent to The Barn. 

Reynolda Village is committed to providing a welcoming and inclusive experience for all of our visitors. However, due to the historic nature of our buildings and extensive grounds, visitors may experience some challenges with access.  Most of the Village has paved pathways or sidewalks, however, there are areas with uneven terrain and inclines. 


Reynolda strives to meet the following accessibility standards: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 AA, PDF/Universal Accessibility (PDF/UA) to ensure our digital offerings are ADA Compliant. View our website accessibility policy to learn more.