Frequently Asked Questions

Palm Springs Art Museum has several wheelchairs available for visitors and all galleries are accessible by wheelchair. To request a wheelchair, please inform one of our admission associates that you will need a wheelchair and one will be delivered to you shortly.

Unavailable at this time. Please leave backpacks or oversized bags at home or in your vehicle.

No food or drink (including bottled water), laser pointers, ink pens, markers, or umbrellas are allowed in exhibition areas. They can be stored at the Admissions Desk.

Flash, tripods, and selfie sticks are not permitted.

Photography and videography, both live-streamed and recorded, are allowed, unless otherwise indicated in the galleries. Due to copyright laws pertaining to all of the artworks on display, photographs/videos are to be used for your personal use only. If the images are used for any other purpose, such as printed or commercial use, you must contact us first.

If you have any questions about our photography policy or the reproduction of your images, or wish to request permission to take press or commercial photographs in the museum, please contact Scott Slaven, director of marketing, at


Service animals are permitted inside the Palm Springs Art Museum. Service animals are working animals; pets are not allowed.

Service animals must be on a leash and under their master’s control at all times.

Dogs/Animals whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under the ADA and are therefore not allowed inside the Palm Springs Art Museum.