Free WiFi at all locations
Personal Attendants of visitors with disabilities are admitted free of charge (limited to one attendant per visitor)
Service Dogs (with identification) are welcome at all locations
VISITORS WHO ARE BLIND OR PARTIALLY SIGHTED
We have a free audio smartphone tour of the Chihuly Collection and the Morean Glass Studio. Request directions or assistance to pull up the audio tour with Guest Services when you arrive.
VISITORS WITH LIMITED MOBILITY
We have accessible parking in front of the Chihuly Collection (spaces limited), and in the parking lot next to the Morean Arts Center. We also have accessible parking in front of our Morean Glass Studio (spaces limited), and ample parking and ramp entry to our Morean Center for Clay. Please note: in the city of St. Petersburg all street parking is free with a handicapped parking permit, and time limits do not apply.
Button Operated Doors
The front doors of our 4 locations are accessible, with button operated front door entry.
Free wheelchairs are available at the front desk of the Chihuly Collection on a first come, first served basis. Feel free to use the wheelchair to visit the Morean Arts Center and the Morean Glass Studio across the street.
There are accessible bathrooms at all 4 of our locations.
VISITORS WHO ARE DEAF OR WITH HEARING LOSS
A Text Tour is available for all four of our locations and can be accessed through your smart phone. Request directions or assistance to pull up the text tour with Guest Services when you arrive.
Closed Captioned film at the Chihuly Collection (when running, currently closed for COVID-19 restrictions)
VISITORS WITH CHILDREN ON THE AUTISM SPECTRUM
We have a social narrative for the Chihuly Collection to share with your child available to download CLICK HERE and there is a distract pack available at the front desk.
FOR VISITORS WHO ARE BLIND OR PARTIALLY SIGHTED
WORKSHOPS FOR VISITORS WITH INTELECTUAL DISABILITIES, DEMENTIA, AND PARKINSON’S DISEASE
Caregivers, family members, and friends with Alzheimer’s or Dementia can register for specific dates to view a work of art from the Chihuly Collection and have a relaxed discussion about the work. LEARN MORE HERE
PROGRAMS FOR VETERANS
Art of Valor
In the spring of 2018, the Morean Arts Center began a community-based arts program with James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital (JAHVH), one of several clinical sites for Creative Forces: NEA Military Healing Arts Network. We offer glassblowing, clay and photography classes at this time, free of charge. LEARN MORE HERE
SMALL GROUP TOURS
Groups of up to 8 people can enjoy access to the entire Chihuly Collection in a private docent guided tour. LEARN MORE HERE
Community Partners and Sponsors Better Living for Seniors, Center for Autism and Related Disorders of University of Southern Florida, Griswold Family Home Care