City Gallery Wellington is closed for the install of major exhibition, Cindy Sherman

The Gallery will reopen to the public on Saturday 19 November. 

We look forward to seeing you there. 

A wheelchair is available for use at the front desk. Mobility scooters are also available for hire from the Wellington City Council, just across Civic Square from City Gallery. Guide dogs and assistance dogs are welcome here. Large text versions of wall text are avaliable at the front desk, please ask.

A hearing loop is located in the first two rows of the Adam Auditorium. Watch our sign language introduction in the slide show above or here. For information on sign language interpretation programmes please contact Manager Visitor Learning.

We welcome visitors of all ages; baby buggies are fine to take anywhere in the gallery - please take advantage of our lift. Gallery staff will assist you with your buggy if you would like to leave it at reception during your visit. Please remember that children under the age of 14 need to be supervised at all times.

Public toilets are located on the ground level, next to the lift. Additional toilets are on level one, at the far of the building near the Deane and Hirschfeld galleries, both toilet facilities have baby change areas.

Group visits are welcomed. If you would like assistance from one of our gallery staff please pre-arrange by contacting the Manager Visitor Leaning.

There is a coat and bag check at the front desk. For the comfort of others, please check in large bags and backpacks. You are welcome to take photos, please read our guidelines.

Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the Gallery.

Bike racks are located outside Nikau Cafe, on Wakefield St outside the Wellington City Council office and in front of the Library on Victoria St.

Let us know if you have concerns about accessibility at City Gallery, email Erika or speak to one of our hosts.

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City Gallery is proud to have a Silver rating from Be. accessible