Making art accessible to all audiences
The Gallery is committed to making its collection, programmes and facilities accessible to all audiences.
Find out more about the Gallery's Access Programmes here
Free admission to all exhibitions for persons with disabilities (PWDs) and one accompanying caregiver. Applies to local or foreign visitors and caregivers.
The Art Connector on North Bridge Road is an accessible path to the Gallery’s Coleman Street entrance. To get to the Art Connector, take the lift at Exit D of City Hall MRT to Exit B, where the Art Connector begins. Taxis and other vehicles may use the Coleman Street entrance to drop-off and pick-up visitors with disabilities.
Designated parking spaces are available for visitors with disabilities.
There are accessible toilets at every level except the Padang and Coleman Decks on Levels 5 & 6 of City Hall Wing.
Lifts and Access to Galleries
City Hall Wing
Supreme Court Wing
Manual wheelchairs are available free of charge on a first come, first served basis from our Information Counters located at Coleman Street entrance, Padang Atrium entrance, and the Basement 1 Concourse. Photo-ID will be required as collateral. Unfortunately the Gallery cannot help wheelchair users get around the buildings.
Magnifying glasses are available on a first come, first served basis at the Information Counter at Basement 1; photo-ID will be required as collateral.
Service dogs are welcome. Visitors with service dogs are encouraged to email the Gallery two days in advance.
Singapore Sign Language (SgSL) Interpretation
SgSL interpretation is provided for certain tours and gallery programmes. To request a Sign Language interpreter for gallery programmes, please contact the Programmes team at least six weeks before your visit.
Access Provision for Groups
If any members of your group require access provision, please contact the Programmes team at least six weeks before your visit. Access provision includes guided or self-guided visits, and sign language interpreters for talks, tours and selected programmes.