Plan Your Visit
- COVID-19 Update--Dear Friends, as part of the effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus, we have closed the Museum to the public through at least April 30, and have cancel all programs during this time. We’re looking forward to welcoming you to the Museum soon (and often!), but until then, we encourage you to visit the Artists’ Trail, a half-mile walk around the Museum’s riverfront landscape and gardens. Check our website and social media (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter) to stay up-to-date about the Museum’s status and enjoy beautiful images, on-line exhibitions, fun facts, and behind-the-scenes videos. Should you need a staff member, call or email them as usual. Please stay in touch, Your FloGris Friends
Here at The Florence Griswold Museum we seek to establish a safe, welcoming, and respectful environment that ensures the widest range of people will enjoy, learn from, and be inspired by their visit to the museum. The campus includes the historic Florence Griswold House which is partially accessible, when accessed using the ramped entrance. The 2nd floor (gallery space) of the House is not accessible by wheelchair.
The Hartman Education Center and Krieble Gallery are fully accessible with specially equipped restrooms. The interior of the historic Chadwick Studio is not accessible by wheelchair at this time.
Specially designed pathways make much of the Museum’s 12 acres accessible by wheelchair.
Questions or Comments?
Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns about accessibility.