Visitor Information

Everything you need to plan your visit.

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Accessibility

Accessible Entrances

All of Glenbow’s entrances feature accessible automatic doors.

Elevators

All four floors of the museum are accessible via elevator.

Wheelchairs and Mobility Aids

Glenbow is wheelchair accessible and has two wheelchairs available free-of-charge for visitor use. Photo ID or credit card are required for deposit. Visitors who require other mobility aids are also welcome.

For questions about accessibility options, please call us at 403-265-4101.

Support Persons

Support persons accompanying visitors with disabilities receive free admission to Glenbow.

Service Animals

Service Animals are welcome at Glenbow.

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Coat and Bag Check

Complimentary lockers for coats and bags are located across from our Admissions Desk. Please note that Glenbow has mandatory coat and bag check on all Free First Thursdays Nights due to the high volume of visitors.

Families with Young Children

Art is for everyone! Children and babies are welcome at Glenbow.

For your convenience, strollers can be used throughout all gallery spaces and diaper changing stations are located on every floor in both the men’s and women’s washrooms.

Breastfeeding mothers are welcome to nurse anywhere in the museum. Should you prefer a private room, please ask one of our security staff and they will help you find a comfortable location. Meals, snacks and drinks for toddlers and older children can be enjoyed in the main lobby area.

Museum Policies and Guidelines

Food and Drink

To protect the art and artifacts, food and drink is not permitted inside our galleries. This helps prevent potential damage and ensures we can maintain environmental and pest control standards.

School Groups

Visit the K-12 Programs Details + Pricing page to learn more about guidelines for school groups visiting Glenbow and check out our Frequently Asked Questions. Teachers are also asked to download and review our Educator Welcome Package prior to their visit.

Photography

Personal-use photography is encouraged at Glenbow. As you take photos, please keep the safety of the art collection in mind and be courteous to other visitors. Photography is occasionally prohibited in select galleries due to copyright issues.

Media

Please contact our media relations team in advance for all media and filming requests.

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