How can I help create a safe and respectful community?

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment. Our expert team works hard to maintain an inspiring and safe experience for you, and we ask for your help and cooperation in doing so.

During your visit, please follow all instructions from our staff, and note that we have a zero-tolerance policy for individuals who engage in verbally abusive, harassing, discriminatory, or threatening statements or behavior.
Conduct that poses any risk to the health or safety of other visitors or the museum’s staff, or any risk to the artworks, collections, or the building is also prohibited.

Visitors may not engage in disruptive conduct that interferes with or detracts from the experience of other museum visitors. In this spirit, running, rough play, and distracting behavior such as the unauthorized playing of music and video, unauthorized performances, the use of sound amplification and noisemakers (except for assistive-listening devices), and charitable solicitations, leafleting, signature gathering, picketing, and press conferences by visitors are prohibited.

The museum will refuse or revoke the admission of any visitor whose conduct it believes violates these guidelines.