Access Programs

The DAM welcomes all visitors and we strive to be accessible to everyone. We offer the following programs for visitors with disabilities and are happy to discuss how we can accommodate your individual needs.

For information about accessibility at the museum, please visit our Accessibility page. To learn about upcoming access programs and events, see the Related Exhibitions & Events box on this page.


Tactile Tables

Tactile Tables are a regularly scheduled, bimonthly opportunity to experience art in a hands-on way. They are located in a different gallery of the museum each session, and are facilitated by specially trained docents. These tables are free with admission and are open to all visitors who desire a multisensory, hands-on experience with art, including those visitors who are blind and low vision.

Tactile Tours

For visitors who are blind or have low vision, we offer tours featuring touchable materials and description. Free with admission. Please request two weeks in advance by e-mailing

Art & About Tours

Art & About Tours are designed for visitors with early-stage Alzheimer’s or dementia and their care partners. Experience and discuss art together on a tour led by a specially trained guide. Art & About Tours are offered every month. See the Related Exhibitions & Events box at right for upcoming events. Museum admission and the tour are free. Space is limited; Reserve by contacting Sharon Stokes at the Alzheimer’s Association Colorado Chapter at or 303-813-1669.

Custom Access Tours

Custom access tours are available for visitors who needs are not met by our other access offerings. Contact us to discuss how we can provide an enjoyable guided visit that will meet your needs. Please make requests at least two weeks in advance by e-mailing

Exhibition Materials

Selected special exhibitions will have large print label copy booklets, braille label copy booklets, and transcripts of any audio information available for complimentary use in the exhibition. Audio tour transcripts will be provided for any exhibition with an audio tour.

Accessibility Updates E-mails

An e-mail we send quarterly, Art Mail–Accessibility Updates, will keep you up to date on upcoming access programs, exhibition accommodations and materials, and other helpful information. E-mail to sign up for our Access Art Mail or to request to receive a hard copy in the mail.

American Sign Language Programs

Sign language interpretation can be scheduled for any museum tour, program, or event with two weeks’ notice. Shorter notice requests accommodated if possible. To make arrangements, e-mail

Collection Highlights Tours in English and American Sign Language take place the third Saturday of every month from 11-11:45 pm and is included with general admission. See video in ASL below for more information.