Find out how we're working to make sure that everyone feels welcome.
Everyone deserves to have a chance to be creative.
Whether that’s seeing our exhibitions or taking part in one our workshops, we want you to feel at home here.
We’re working hard to ensure that everyone can enjoy themselves when they visit.
Whatever you need, please get in touch before or during your visit and let us know how we can help.
Our entrances are at street level on North Pallant and West Pallant, via a small ramp into the Pallant Restaurant and Courtyard.
There is a dropping off bay directly outside our front entrance. Cars with disability badges may also park in North Street.
Moving around the Gallery
There is a large lift providing access to all levels of the Gallery.
There are two wheelchairs available at Reception which can be booked in advance by calling +44 (0)1243 774557 or emailing email@example.com.
There are benches in many of our rooms and portable stools available at Reception to take around the Gallery with you.
When you arrive
Our Welcome Desk is located just inside the front entrance on the left hand side. Part of the desk is lower level for easy access to wheelchair users.
There are lockers nearby where you may store your belongings. One locker costs a refundable £1.
Accessible Toilets and Baby Change
There are two accessible toilets, a left hand and a right hand transference on the ground floor.
The right hand transference toilet also houses a shower and baby changing unit.
The nearest Changing Places Toilet is at Northgate Car Park, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1BL.
Guide and Assistance Dogs
We welcome Guide and Assistance Dogs throughout the Gallery.
Large Print Guides
All our galleries have large print versions of the wall texts and labels. You can find these in the gallery rooms or ask a member of staff or volunteer.
An induction loop operates at the Welcome Desk and in Room 11 (the Lecture Room).
The Gallery is quietest on Sunday afternoons.
Room 18 on Level 3 is often a calm place and usually contains some chairs where you can rest.
In the event of an emergency, a loud fire alarm will sound and visitors will be asked to exit the Gallery using their nearest exit routes. These are clearly marked with illuminated green ‘running man’ signs. Staff will assist all visitors to leave the building promptly and safely.
There are evacuation points and chairs on all levels of the Gallery to aid disabled visitors and ensure they are safe.
What we're working on
We’re currently creating a new accessible guide to the Gallery which will be available at Reception and to download before your visit.
What else could we be doing?
We want to make sure everyone enjoys their visit. Let us know if there’s anything else we could be doing by emailing us.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for on our website please call us on +44 (0)1243 774557
We will be happy to help with information on exhibitions, access, opening times or any other enquiry.