VISIT THE WENDE
Admission is free for all exhibitions and public programs. Public tours are held at 2:30 p.m. on open days.
10808 Culver Blvd., Culver City, CA 90230
The Wende Museum is located in Culver City’s arts and culture corridor near the intersection of Culver Blvd. and Overland Ave. Find detailed directions via Google Maps. Public transit directions are best found via Culver City bus lines, and the Los Angeles Department of Transit. To reach the Museum via bicycle from the Culver City stop on the Metro E (Expo) Line, use Google Maps.
Free parking is available in the city lots adjacent to the museum. EV charging stations are available nearby at the Veterans Memorial Building (4117 Overland Blvd.) and Senior Center (4095 Overland Blvd.).
Explore the Wende with Bloomberg Connects, the free arts and culture app. This digital/mobile guide takes you behind the scenes with exclusive multimedia perspectives from artists, curators, and more. Download the guide from BloombergConnects.org and then search for or scroll to the Wende Museum to start planning your visit. Don’t forget to bring your headphones!
Photography and Video
Visitors are welcome to take non-flash photography and video in all galleries and other public areas for personal use only. Any exceptions will be noted with on-site signage. Flash photography is not permitted in the galleries.
The Wende Museum regularly records and photographs visitors for non-commercial educational and documentary purposes. By entering the property, visitors consent to the use of their appearance and likeness in any and all media without limitation or reservation.
The Wende Museum is a smoke-free environment.
Service dogs — that is, dogs trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability — are welcome at the Wende Museum. Service dogs should be dressed as service animals, and must be on leash, remain on the ground, and be under the constant control and supervision of the handler. Service dogs must be housebroken. Cleaning up and disposing of liquid or solid waste is the sole responsibility of the service dog’s handler, and the museum suggests bringing necessary supplies and addressing this issue before entering the museum’s property. A service dog and its handler will be asked to leave if at any time the dog is out of control or deposits waste on museum property.
The Wende Museum is committed to making its collections, building, programs, and services accessible to all visitors, and understands universal accessibility as an ongoing process. Please check back for updates as we continue to expand access. For accessibility questions or assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accessible Entrance and Exits
The front entrance of the museum is wheelchair- and stroller-accessible.
Both public and emergency exits in the rear of the building are also wheelchair- and stroller-accessible.
Multiple accessible parking spaces are available in the public parking lot immediately adjacent to the museum.
All galleries, offices, workspaces, and outdoor facilities are wheelchair-accessible.
There are two single-stall all-gender restrooms at the rear of the museum, as well as a multi-stall women’s restroom and a multi-stall men’s restroom near the front entrance. All restrooms are wheelchair-accessible.
Seating is available in all public galleries as well as the museum gardens.
All galleries and facilities are stroller-accessible. Visitors are asked to exercise caution when bringing strollers into museum galleries.
Breastfeeding and bottle-feeding are permitted throughout the museum. Both multi-stall bathrooms near the front exit feature a large counter that could be used for changing.
We encourage children of all ages to visit the Wende Museum; however, those under age 11 must be accompanied by an adult.
The development of audio tours and large-print gallery guides are in progress. We aim to achieve improved visual access in the coming year. Please direct all inquiries to email@example.com.
ASL interpreters can be available upon request. Please direct all inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.