Photo: Virginia Harold.
Photo: Virginia Harold.


CAM and its staff are committed to making the Museum accessible to visitors with disabilities and ensuring all feel welcome at the Museum. Should a guest need assistance or accommodations, or would like to make a recommendation, please contact or 314-535-0770.


Admission to CAM is always free and nearly all public programs each year are offered free of charge. Tickets are not required for entry.

Getting Here

By Car:
CAM does not have designated parking. Free and hourly street parking is available on both Spring Street and Washington Boulevard, including spaces directly outside the museum. Visitors may also take advantage of numerous parking lots and garages in the Grand Center Arts District, including the secure Fox Theatre lot and Fox Theatre parking garage on Washington Boulevard. Evening rates are generally $10 – $20. Taxis and rideshares can be directed to the entrance at 3750 Washington Boulevard.

Visitors may reach CAM via Spring Street or Washington Boulevard via the nearby Olive and N Grand Bike paths. A map of St. Louis bicycle lanes is available here. Bike racks are available to visitors at CAM’s entrance.

Public Transit:
Take MetroBus #10 to Lindell/Spring Street, #97 to Enright/Spring Street, #70 to Grand/Lindell. The Grand MetroLink Station is 2 blocks from the Grand Arts District. Additional instructions from a guest’s location can be found on Google Maps or the Metro webpage. For visitors using public transit in need of accommodations, refer to the Metro Accessibility Guide.

Wheelchair Access

CAM’s ramped entryway is fully ADA compliant and accessible by wheelchair with a power assist door. All galleries and facilities are accessible by elevator and by ramp. A wheelchair is available free of charge with a reservation or on a first-come, first-served basis. Contact to make a wheelchair reservation.

Audio and Visual Aids

Audio tours for exhibitions are available on the website and can be accessed using a mobile device over free wifi at CAM. Hear from artists and curators about the exhibitions on view and particular artworks. Headphones are available and will be sanitized with each use, but we ask visitors to use their own headphones during COVID-19 if possible.

EnChroma glasses for adults and children with color-blindness or color vision deficiency are available for individual visits and tours.

Visual description tours are available upon request through

When possible, closed captioning is available for videos in CAM exhibitions. Programs and special events held on the Zoom platform are auto-captioned through the platform.


Families are always welcome at CAM. With current restrictions on group gathering, we encourage advance registration for families and youth groups. Programs include the popular Play Dates and Family Days. Although CAM does not have a designated sensory space or breastfeeding area, staff are mindful of public nursing rights and will direct mothers to quiet areas for seating upon request.

The museum offers a Play Space ideal for visitors aged 8 or younger with children’s books and toys. In addition, patrons can find activity cards at the front desk for enriching activities related to current exhibitions.

Visit our Youth + Family page for more information, and view our calendar for a list of family-friendly events at CAM.

Changing stations for children are available in CAM restrooms.


Visitor photos are encouraged, but flash photography is not permitted at CAM.

Recorded programs are available at

Service Animals

Service animals as defined by the ADA (trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability) are welcome but must be kept on a leash at all times. This does not include emotional support animals or pets.


CAM makes all efforts to ensure a safe visitor experience. No firearms are permitted on the premises and CAM does not employ armed security guards.


CAM strives to meet web accessibility standards. If you encounter an issue with a specific page, please contact