We look forward to welcoming you to The Warehouse.

In our continued efforts to maintain a safe space for viewing art, we ask that guests observe the following guidelines during their Group Visit. Please read through the guidelines and take responsibility for communicating all rules with guests in your group in advance of the visit. A Group Visit may be cancelled if any of the guidelines are not followed.

  • All Group Visits will be limited to 20 guests per group, with a maximum of 2 groups of 20 simultaneously (40 total). These maximums include teachers and required chaperones. If your group will have more than 20 guests, you must notify The Warehouse Staff in advance. If your group arrives with more than 20 guests per group, the visit will be cancelled.
  • Middle school and high school students must have 1 chaperone for every 10 students. Group leaders should communicate with chaperones that their primary purpose during the visit is to ensure that students adhere to the rules below. Please share these guidelines to all teacher and parent chaperones prior to visiting The Warehouse.
  • Parking is available for 30 cars or 2 buses; please encourage guests to carpool. Press 101 at call box to enter gate. All buses will be required to park inside the gate. Please communicate this request in advance to the driver of the bus. Entrance to The Warehouse is through the center concrete stairs/ramp.
  • The Warehouse will do its best to meet the needs of visitors with accessibility challenges. Please give us as much advanced notice as possible. Registered service animals only are permitted on tours.
  • Masks are optional for visitors and staff.
  • None of the art may be touched. A good, general rule is to stand at least three feet away from the art. Any visitor who violates this rule will be asked to leave The Warehouse immediately for the duration of the visit.
  • No food or drink are allowed in the galleries.
  • Please ask visitors to leave bags and purses on the bus or in their cars; otherwise, guests will be asked to check all these items before the visit begins.
  • Photography on tours is not permitted. Guests are asked to turn off cell phones during visits. Sketching and writing are permitted in the galleries with graphite pencils only.
  • Guests are asked to respect private spaces and not to open any doors.
  • Guests might encounter artwork with strong language or male or female nudity. Due to the layout of the exhibition, it may not be possible to avoid galleries containing these works. Please feel free to contact The Warehouse Staff if you have concerns or would like to preview these works.
  • Guests who arrive more than 10 minutes late will not be allowed to join the group.
  • Due to the size of the space and simultaneous groups, guests might not see all galleries in The Warehouse.
  • Visitors are prohibited from bringing the following items into The Warehouse: weapons and tools including firearms, knives, cutting tools, realistic replicas of firearms, disabling chemicals like mace, pepper spray, tear gas, chlorine, liquid bleach, compressed gasses, or other potentially dangerous instruments.
  • Neither F/R Warehouse Project, LLC nor Howard Rachofsky will be held personally responsible for any liabilities that may occur at 14105 Inwood Road before, during, or after the scheduled visit. The guidelines listed above must be read and adhered to during all scheduled visits and events.

If you have any questions about the above guidelines, contact Caitlin Overton, Director of Education, at caitlin@thewarehousedallas.org.