The Courtauld Gallery is fully accessible to wheelchair users.
There are two steps and two sets of glass doors located at the entrance to The Courtauld Gallery.
Ramped access is available at an alternative entrance.
Please speak to a member of staff upon arrival who will be able to assist you.
The lift provides access to all levels of the gallery including the galleries, café, toilets, and locker facilities.
The Courtauld Gallery has two wheelchairs available for visitors to use whilst inside The Gallery.
You do not need to book these in advance. Please speak to a member of staff at the Admissions desk upon arrival.
Fixed seating is available around the Gallery and in the foyer.
Folding portable stools are available to visitors. Please speak to staff at the Admissions Desk upon arrival.
A unisex toilet available for wheelchairs users is located on the lower ground floor and can be accessed via the lift.
This toilet has a functional emergency alarm, coat hook and wall mounted rails.
Lightweight, handheld magnifying glasses (2x magnifications) are available from the Admissions Desk to borrow for the duration of your visit.
Please hand back to the Admissions Desk when leaving the Gallery.
Guide and hearing dogs
We welcome all guide dogs and hearing dogs.
Accessible car parking
Parking space for Blue Badge holders is available by advanced booking with Somerset House Trust.
Please contact Somerset House Trust to check availability and to book in advance.
Email email@example.com or call +44 (0)20 7845 4600
(Monday–Friday, 10.00–17.00, choose option 9)
The Courtauld Gallery Shop
The Courtauld Gallery Shop is located on the left-hand side (east) as you enter Somerset House from the Strand.
Assisted ramp access is available to the Shop. Press the gold buzzer on the right-hand side of the shop doors upon arrival. Staff will be on hand to assist you and there is no need to book in advance.
Some merchandise may be out of reach for wheelchair users but staff members are on hand to help.
Contact us if you require further information about access to The Courtauld Gallery.