The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University is a barrier-free facility and strives to support the accessibility of the exhibitions, programming, and communications to all patrons.

If you have questions about access or wish to request special accommodations please contact Stephanie Kribs, Facility & Operations Manager, at or (517) 884-3911.

Barrier-Free Parking
The nearest designated accessible parking spaces can be found directly south of the museum and are available to vehicles with the appropriate state issued disability parking placard at any time.  

Additional accessible parking can be found in the Grand River ramp at MSU as well as north of Grand River Ave. in the City of East Lansing surface lots. 

Maps to these and other parking alternatives can be found by following these links:

Michigan State University campus parking
Downtown East Lansing parking

Visitors wishing to drop-off or pick-up members of their party can do so via eastbound Grand River Avenue utilizing the U-shaped drive (pavers) between Berkey Hall and the museum. The path from this drive to the museum’s west entrance is comprised of heated pavers and is barrier-free.

If you or a member of your party could use additional assistance at drop-off or pick-up please ask a museum staff member or contact the visitor services desk at (517) 884-4800.

Guided Tours
Tours with visual guides or ASL interpreters are available when requested in advance. Please contact the Education Department at for more information.

Wheelchair Service
There are a limited number of wheelchairs available for patron use at the MSU Broad. Please inquire at coat check if you would like to borrow a wheelchair. Wheelchairs can be reserved in advance by contacting the visitor services desk at (517) 884-4800.

Large-print versions of exhibition brochures, wall text and labels are available upon request. Please inquire at the visitor services desk or call ahead at (517) 884-4800 to have a copy waiting for you.