#alwaysfree: Thanks to the generous support of the City of Dothan and all of our members, general admission to WMA is always free!
WMA asks that all visitors wear a mask during your museum visit. We thank you for protecting your fellow visitors and our staff. If you don’t have a mask, we can provide one for you.
Please be aware that the number of visitors allowed in each gallery may be restricted. Kindly maintain a six-foot distance between you and any other guest.
WMA has increased cleaning in all high-traffic areas. Help us prevent the spread of germs by practicing healthy hygiene habits. Wash your hands often with soap and water, avoid touching your face, and wear a mask. Use the hand-sanitizing stations located throughout the museum as needed.
If you are feeling unwell and have a cough, fever, or shortness of breath, please do not enter the museum.
Please take a photo to remember your visit! (Just don’t use a flash. Over time, flashes will damage the artwork.)
It’s so easy to park at WMA! There is a lot on the south side of the building and additional parking at the Dothan Civic Center across the street from the museum. It’s also an easy stroll from downtown shops and restaurants, and there’s a bike rack out front for those who prefer to arrive on two wheels.
WMA is handicap accessible. There is a ramp at the main entrance (facing Museum Avenue) and an elevator to access all galleries and the studio.
We love children and babies and think it’s never to early to expose your wee ones to art. Strollers are permitted in the galleries, but please take care to navigate safely around the art.
Prefer to take a guided tour? We’ve got you covered! WMA’s art educator, Amanda Holcomb, can arrange museum tours and art activities for groups of all sizes and ages. More information here.
We love all four-legged creatures at WMA, but some must be relegated to the artwork. Only service animals are permitted in the galleries. (Well-behaved pets are more than welcome to attend Screen on the Green!)
Can I touch the art? Um, no. Well, sometimes. Mostly never. Look for signs and instructions.
No weapons are permitted at WMA.