Yes. Access to the exhibition is via lift and the entire exhibition is wheelchair accessible. Handheld labels are available.
There is also a level access route from the pavement outside the Museum to the front door. You can read more about Museum access at this link Ashmolean Access Guide
Disabled visitors should book a regular exhibition ticket at full or concession price, depending on eligibility (when tickets are made available later this year). Accompanying carers can access the exhibition for free with a ticket-holding disabled visitor, but will need to book a free, timed Carer ticket.
There is an audio guide available and this is free for visually-impaired visitors, with a bespoke accessible device. Ask for this on arrival at the Exhibition ticket desk.
Please note that A RESTORATION (2016), an 18-minute, two-screen digital video and sound installation by Turner Prize winning artist Elizabeth Price, is shown in the third gallery. The video contains flashing lights and the sound from the installation is audible in the exhibition space.