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Frequently Asked Questions

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How long does it take to explore the PMA?

We recommend planning for about one to two hours with our exhibitions depending on what’s on view and the size of your group.

Is the PMA kid-friendly?

Yes! We have a family space with activities and books, a handicap ramp off of our parking lot for stroller access, drop in classes and activities you and your family can participate in, and we are in close proximity to other fun museums and parks downtown.

What exhibits will be on view when I visit?

Please visit our “art” page to see our current exhibitions and what is upcoming, as well as a map of their location within the museum.

Is the PMA accessible for wheelchairs and strollers?

The PMA is accessible for wheelchairs and strollers. The Museum is equipped with one elevator and all galleries are accessible to guests using wheelchairs and others who may need to avoid stairs. Accessible parking is located on the north side of the Museum in the staff parking lot, next to the Accessible entrance. Please ring bell for door service and assistance.

Where can I park?

Parking is located on the streets around the Museum on Zarragossa St, Jefferson St, Main St, and Palafox St. It is free for two hours.

Can the PMA provide an appraisal on an item from my personal art collection?

Often Pensacola Museum of Art staff are asked to look at an artwork or family heirloom and give our opinion on its value. Our staff members are unable to provide values of objects or give references to specific appraisers due to ethical considerations. The following organizations can help you find a qualified appraiser in your area:

  • Appraisers Association of America
  • American Society of Appraisers
  • International Society of Appraisers

Can I donate an item from my personal art collection to the PMA?

The PMA appreciates the generosity of donors who wish to make gifts of art during their lifetime or through a bequest. Donating artwork requires special attention, and every donation must undergo a formal review process. Please contact our Chief Curator at awall@uwf.edu with any donation inquiries.

Can I exhibit my art at the museum?

PMA staff regularly reviews exhibition proposals from artists and other institutions. Email pma@uwf.edu If you would like to share your portfolio or proposal. We also post several Calls for Artists on our website throughout the year.

Have another question?

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