As part of its commitment to accessibility, the Museo de Arte Moderno is committed to offering an inclusive experience. The museum aims to provide a quality service to the public based on the principal of universal design and through an educational program that includes activities designed for people with disabilities, as well as a wide variety of integrated activities that seek to promote participation, the exercise of citizenship and access to culture, thus enhancing the capabilities of all people.

The Ministry of Tourism and Sports has certified the compliance of the Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires with their Accessibility Guidelines, which represents an important recognition of our efforts to eliminate all barriers so that all of our visitors can enjoy the experience of visiting the galleries.

This distinction is a recognition of the work we have been undertaking since 2017 to expand the museum’s accessibility, which has led to the institution becoming a leader in guaranteeing the right of people with disabilities to fully participate in artistic experiences.

How to get here

Public transport to the Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires (CABA) 

The following transportation routes stop near the Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires.

Bus: 126A, 152B, 159BG, 28B, 29B, 45, 8C, 93C


Metro: A, C, D, E


Visitors arriving in adapted vehicles may park free of charge on Avenida San Juan or make use of the private car parks located near the museum. 

The museum does not have its own parking facility.



Entry is free for people with disabilities and those accompanying them. 
The museum has free Wifi.

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The reception desk is of regulatory height for wheelchair access. Due to the sanitary measures established by the COVID-19 care protocols, a transparent acrylic panel has been installed at the desk to ensure the safety of the staff.

It also has the Hablalo APP to welcome all people with communication difficulties.

Medical asssistance:

If you require any kind of medical assistance during your visit, please ask a room guard or member of the security staff for help.


Our information and emergency signage uses internationally-approved pictograms. Should you find any of the signage difficult to understand or identify, please ask reception or security staff for assistance.


The museum has a wheelchair available to visitors upon request, after registering your personal details at reception.


There is a lift located in the main hall which provides access to all floors of the museum; two lifts located on the right-hand side provide access to the ground, first and second floors, and a service lift provides access to all floors. We also have a wheelchair lift.


There are accessible bathroom facilities on different floors of the museum.
On the first and second floors and the second sub-basement, these can be found across from the lift and in the education room.
All of the accessible toilets are equipped with baby changing facilities.


The shop, located at the entrance to the café, to the right of the museum’s main entrance, is accessible by lift.


The café is located on the ground floor and visitors using wheelchairs can access it via the ramp.  

Rest areas:

The museum provides visitors with different spaces where they can rest and chat. Ask at reception for the opening hours of the café, terrace and education room. There are rest benches in the circulation corridors of each floor of the museum and in some of the exhibition galleries.


The museum has an automatic door to enter the building, which allows for wheelchair access. Furthermore, the museum building is free of architectural barriers, making it possible to move around the different spaces without facing inconveniences or obstacles.


The access door to the building is automatic and signposted with white vinyl stickers and logos.

The lifts have visual numbering and are signposted using high relief contours and in braille. The lifts located to the right of Hall A have audible indications.

The ground, first and second floors of the museum have two haptic maps, and the second sub-basement has its own haptic map. These haptic maps have step counters and a system of tactile codes and braille letters to identify the different sectors of the museum, including the interior of each hall.

Guide dogs: 

Guide dogs and assistance dogs are admitted upon prior presentation of the relevant documentation. An identifying guide dog vest must be used.


The Museo Moderno offers different activities with the assistance of an Argentine Sign Language (LSA) interpreter.

There are subtitled videos and activities with graphic displays in the education section.



Visits for people with intellectual disabilities:

The museum’s education team offers different activities and workshops aimed at special education institutions and groups. Find out more by writing to [email protected]

Thanks to the collaborators of the accessible project

current exhibitions
Elian Chali: Unexpected Plane
Eduardo Basualdo: Pupil
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