Laumeier’s public restrooms are wheelchair accessible, as are some pathways. Vehicles are allowed in Laumeier’s parking lots only; please do not drive on walking paths.
Parks and Recreation programs and facilities are available for people of all abilities. Contact Relay Missouri at 800.735.2966 to let us know if there is an accommodation that would make a program accessible to you or your family.
In 2009, Laumeier partnered with Lighthouse for the Blind-Saint Louis to develop a series of bronze maquettes (cast scale models) for several artworks in the Permanent Collection, including a topographic orientation map of the Park, to help visitors with sight impairments navigate and enjoy the outdoor artworks.
Each maquette is sited atop a concrete and aluminum base that provides interpretive text panels in both printed English and Braille. The design of the maquette bases, the Braille description and the maquettes themselves all provide a conducive and engaging experience for visitors who are visually impaired. The maquettes are cast by local artist and educator Thad Duhigg.
Laumeier’s bronze maquette program began in 1991 with assistance from Citicorp and the National Endowment for the Arts, which produced the first 12 maquettes. The current program includes the redesign of existing maquettes to meet national standards and the creation of 20 new maquettes.
Bronze maquettes installed throughout the Park include:
Laumeier Sculpture Park Orientation Map, 2010
Vito Acconci, Face of the Earth #3, 1988
Anthony Caro, Java, 1976
Mark di Suvero, Bornibus, 1985–87
Jackie Ferrara, Laumeier Project, 1981
Ian Hamilton Finlay’s, Four Shades, 1994
Dan Graham, Triangle Bridge Over Water, 1990
Jene Highstein, Ada’s Will, 1990
Donald Judd, Untitled, 1984
Alexander Liberman, The Way, 1972–80
Mary Miss, Pool Complex: Orchard Valley, 1983–85
Beverly Pepper, Cromlech Glen, 1985–90
Judith Shea, American Heartland Garden, 1992, and Public Goddess, 1992
Robert Stackhouse, St. Louie Bones, 1987
Tony Tasset, Eye, 2007