The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia is housed in the historic Bayly Building, on the hill overlooking Madison Bowl. Although the main entrance is accessible only by stairs, we offer a fully-accessible entrance at the back of the building, via Bayly Drive with a limited number of accessible parking spaces. In addition to those spaces, regular spaces may be reserved and used with permission from Museum staff. All galleries in the museum are accessible by elevator. Click here for more information.