Sovrintendenza Capitolina ai Beni Culturali aims to guarantee access to its historical and artistic heritage to the widest possible audience.
Most of the Municipality Museums are accessible to everyone.
Although the historical character of the buildings prevents, in some cases, the total removal of the architectural barriers, many museums have installed elevators, stairlifts and services suitable for visitors with impaired mobility.
Our museums offer a wide range of tools and programs specifically designed for adults and children with disabilities.
The entrance to the Museums for disabled people and one family member or other companion is free.
The supports (lifts, stairlifts and platforms), as well as the museum staff present, help to visit the collections in the Capitoline Museums.
The Capitoline Museums are equipped with permanent tactile supports that allow blind and visually impaired people to explore and learn about some of the most important artworks displayed in the Museums. These supports are available thanks to the attention that has been paid to this public over the years.
LIS (Italian Signs Language)
For many years, the Capitoline Museums have made available online a LIS (Italian Signs Language) video that describes the entire route.
Inside the Museums, in the multifunctional area of the Temple of Jupiter, you can consult the touch-screen terminal which contains a LIS video about the history of the Capitol