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Update from the Gallery regarding COVID-19

The Art Gallery of New South Wales is open. We are observing strict physical distancing and hygiene measures to protect the health of visitors and staff and minimise the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Read the latest visit information, including hours

A participant in one of the Gallery’s programs for visually-impaired visitors


The Art Gallery of NSW is committed to providing access to our collections and exhibitions for all audiences, including people with disability.

All areas of the Gallery (except parts of the research library and archive) are physically accessible, and our access programs create opportunities for focused encounters with art through visual, auditory and tactile, or sensory experiences.

  • Physical access and facilities

    Find out how to access the building as well as about wheelchairs, mobility scooters, aids for people with low vision, assisted listening systems and companion cards.

  • Access programs

    Learn about our inclusive range of access programs designed to enhance the participation of diverse audiences of all ages and abilities.

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Accessing Sydney Collectively logo is an upper case letter A with a stylised human figure in the centre. A round head, arms outstretched, and body is wearing what looks like a dress. The figure is reaching out expansively with the word access next to the logo

Approved project partner. Accessing Sydney Collectively is an access and inclusion campaign managed by Accessible Arts with the support of the City of Sydney

Creative City Sydney (City of Sydney) and Accessible Arts