The museum strives to create an environment friendly to visitors of all abilities.
The Phillips Collection building comprises the original Phillips House built in 1897 and two major additions: the Goh Annex, built in 1960 and enlarged in 1989, and the Sant Building, opened in 2006.
The Vradenburg Shop is open during regular hours, Thursday-Sunday, 11 am-6 pm. If the safety capacity limits allow, people may visit the shop without admission reservations.
The Vradenburg Shop also offers curbside pickup. Please select pickup at checkout. Order processing takes 2-4 days. Once you are notified that your order is prepared, please call the shop at 202.387.2151 x238 or x239 to arrange a time for pickup between 11 am-5 pm, Thursday to Sunday.
Vradenburg Café: Lost Sock Roasters
Lost Sock Roasters is open Tuesday-Sunday, 11 am-5 pm.
Lost Sock features a full espresso bar, seasonal drinks, non-caffeinated options, and a curated selection of wines and beers. The menu also includes empanadas, as well as new creations by Chef Jordi Harper.
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Daily Spotlight Talks at 1 & 1:30 pm
Daily 15-minute Spotlight Talks with a Phillips Educator at 1 & 1:30 pm about a work in the permanent collection or special exhibition. Included with admission. Meet in front of the shop and cafe.
Digital Guide + Audio Tours
Introducing our new digital guide. Download the free Bloomberg Connects app before your visit or in the galleries to use the exhibition audio guide. For free Wi-Fi during your visit, join “Phillips”. Look for the Bloomberg Connects icon on the artwork labels. Don’t forget to bring earphones!
We are committed to ensuring that the museum’s facilities, services, exhibitions, and programs comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. We make reasonable accommodations to ensure that people with disabilities have equal physical and communications access, as defined by federal law.
If you have specific questions or concerns, please call 202.387.2151 or email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of your visit.
All galleries and public facilities of the museum are wheelchair accessible. A limited number of wheelchairs is available at the coat check. Elevators are available throughout the museum; a wheelchair lift is also available between Goh Annex Floor 3 and the bridge walkway to House Floor 2U. Please see a museum assistant for access to the lift. The Center for Art and Knowledge also has an elevator available for its public programs.
Service animals are welcome. Please refer to the ADA guidelines regarding service animals for more information.
ASL INTERPRETER + ASSISTIVE LISTENING DEVICES
American Sign Language and a limited number of assistive listening devices for programs and tours are offered by request.