The Main Museum is committed to making all visitors feel welcome by providing consistent and easy access to all exhibitions, programs, and facilities.
The Main is ADA accessible to all visitors.
Service animals, such as guide dogs for the blind, are welcome at The Main.
Seating is available inside The Main’s galleries. A chair for breastfeeding is available inside the single-user restroom.
All museum materials are available in English and Spanish.
The museum offers opportunities for quiet exploration of the galleries for visitors with autism or special needs. The Main also is open to developing tours for those with disabilities and other special needs. Contact us to discuss your group.
For further information, call 213.986.8500 or email us at email@example.com.
Accessible parking spaces are located on the entry level of the garage behind the museum located at 415 S. Main St., Los Angeles 90013. Accessible parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Standard wheelchairs are available free for check out from the front desk.
An accessible restroom is available just off the main gallery on the first floor.
For people with mobility impairments
The Main is located at 114 W. 4th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013. The museum is on the south side of 4th Street between Spring Street and Main Street. Look for the gray awning overhang over the museum entrance that says “Beta Main” on all sides. The museum is located right next to the restaurant Bar Ama.
Parking is available at the 415 S. Main Street garage. Rates are $5 for the first 90 minutes, $10 maximum. You can pay with a credit card at the kiosk as you exit the garage or you can pay with cash at a kiosk located near the entrance of the garage. The Main does not offer validation.
Subway + Bus
The Main is easily accessible by public transportation. The Pershing Square Subway Station is three blocks away. Metro 92, 33, 68, 733, and DASH Downtown D on Main Street and Metro 28, 40, 45, 83, and 745 on Spring Street all stop within a block of The Main. Visit Metro for bus and subway maps or call 323.466.3876.
Getting to The Main
We aim to make our website accessible to all visitors, including those with disabilities, by structuring the design and content in a way that's friendly to screen readers and other assistive software. At present, our website has descriptive text equivalents for all images and graphics, can be successfully read with screen readers, and can be read and navigated with text-only browsers.
If you are a person with a disability and are experiencing difficulty accessing materials on our website, please contact us to request materials in alternate formats. If you have any questions regarding the website, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This activity was supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Arts and Disability Center at the University of California Los Angeles.