There is smooth level access with ramps near the steps to the entrance. The whole place is accessible so people can use wheelchairs and other mobility aids to get around. Seating can be moved to accommodate wheelchairs. There are ramps to the café and enough room to get around. Accessible toilets on site.
There are some steeps steps in the building but ramps are available and ramps to the café with enough room to get around. The gallery have some accessible toilets on site. The building has smooth level access with ramps near the steps to the entrance and the whole place is accessible so people can use wheelchairs and other mobility aids to get around. Some of the exhibits have audio guides, and there are a few large print signs and there are always staff on to help if needed.
There aren't any hearing loops at the moment but something they are looking into. Most exhibitions have earphones for the audio. There aren't any specific quiet areas but overall the place is, generally, is fairly quiet. In case of emergency or not being able to hear alarms the gallery always have staff on that will direct and inform on what to do and where to go.
The Cafe can provide a quieter area most of the time, if needed and there is a small chill out corner also in the back of the Cafe. Some of the signage has helpful picture. Some around the toilets but also on some of the exhibitions. Though there aren't really any visual stories, some of the exhibitions do, dependent on the exhibit. Later afternoons seem to be the most the relaxed and quietest time to visit. The staff prewarn about loud bangs or noises before any show.