The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sign Language Programs & Programs with Assistive Listening Devices and Captioning are offered. The following programs are open to the public and are free with Museum admission: Gallery Talks with Sign Language Interpretation; Family Programs with Sign Language Interpretation; Gallery Talks with FM Assistive Listening Devices; and Films with English Subtitles. In the Family Programs with Sign Language Interpretation, visitors ages five through twelve and their adult friends explore topics unlocking the history, meaning, and cross-cultural connections of works of art through conversation and sketching. Films with English Subtitles are screened in the Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium. Infrared assistive listening devices are available from the ushers. The Signs of Art Programs brochure is available in large print or via email by request.

1000 Fifth Avenue General Museum information
New York, NY 10028-0198

(212) 570-3828
(212) 650-2551 TTY General Museum information
(212) 650-2551 TTY Programs for visitors who are Deaf/have disabilities
(212) 570-3828 TTY General Museum information
(212) 879-5500, ext. 3561 Voice Access Coordination

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