Dulwich Picture Gallery is fully accessible, and we have a wide range of facilities and programmes for disabled visitors. You can find a list of programmes below and you can click here to find out more about accessibilities and facilities for planning your visit.
We welcome children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) through our schools and youth programme please click here for more information.
Click here to find more information on our Dementia Friendly Create and Connect programme for visitors living with dementia and their carers.
Upcoming accessible events
Picture Description Tours
Our Picture Description talks are designed for our blind or visually impaired visitors. Delivered by our trained guides and learning team, each talk focuses on one painting from the Collection with our trained guides providing and audio description of the painting, followed by a group discussion on the themes of the painting. All participants will receive free entry to the Gallery and exhibition following the talk.
Thursday 8th August, 11.30am - Pavilion special
Thursday 7th November, 11.30am - Landscape with Sportsman by Pynacker
Thursday 17 October, 9.45am - Exhibition Highlights – Rembrandt’s Light
All tours are free but booking is essential, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a space.
British Sign Language Talks
Our British Sign Language (BSL) Talks provide introductions to the exhibition programme and are led by BSL speaking hosts. The talks are for Deaf and hard of hearing British Sign Language users, it will be delivered in BSL and does not include a voice over. All talks include free entry to the Gallery and exhibition after the talk.
Thursday 17 October 1.00pm – Rembrandt’s Light
As part of our Gallery Lates programme we regularly run accessible creative activities, tours, and talks. You can find these listed here.