The Tennessee Valley Museum of Art is located on Tuscumbia’s public Common, one of only two in the country. Visitors should note that there are no designated parking spaces of any kind around the Museum as The Common area retains the simplicity of its original plan. Visitors may park and walk to the West entrance to the museum from a city-owned gravel parking lot at the East end of the museum. Parking on the grassy Common close to the ground level West entrance to the museum is encouraged. A limited number of wheelchairs are available.
Visually Impaired Program
This program is available for adults and children ages 6 and older who are blind or visually impaired. Three works from the Museum’s permanent collection have been reproduced into three-dimensional tactile models. Staff members and/or docents are available to present these pieces through verbal description providing a multi-sensory visual arts experience. Reservations are required. Call 256-383-0533.