Accessibility

The access into the museum is from Via Zucchelli 7 arriving from Via Sistina, with advanced booking at the Gallery's telephone numbers: 06 4742848, 064742904, 06 4742909.

Access for the Visitors with reduced mobility

Through the gate in Via Zucchelli, visitors must follow a road going uphill and cross a wide courtyard, now used as the parking area for Ama's service vehicles. The area is open at the cars with a badge for the disabled, and two reserved parking spaces are available at the entrance door to the museum, where there is an interphone: an assistant will receive the visitors.

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Public transport
By underground: Metro A, Barberini stop.
From metro station A Barberini: take the exit on via Vittorio Veneto, and then via dei Cappuccini, turn right on via Sistina and then left on via Zucchelli. The gate is on the right, at number 7.
By bus: 52, 53, 62, 83, 85, 100, 160, 492, Tritone/Barberini stop; proceed west on Via del Tritone, turn right and take Via Zucchelli: the destination is on the right, at number 7.

A visit inside the Gallery of Modern Art

The historical feature of the buildings means that in some places the architectural structures cannot be completely removed, but the museums operate in order to provide access to their historical and artistic heritage for the widest possible public.
Visits to the Galleria d’Arte Moderna are supported by a series of aids (lifts, stair lifts and platforms) and by the the assistance of the staff. A wheelchair is available inside the museum for those who have difficulty walking, which can be requested at the ticket office or from the caretaker.
Once inside the museum, visitors find themselves in the Sculpture Cloister; opposite is the lift, which takes them up the three floors.

From the ground floor, where the sculptures of the permanent collection can be admired, there is also access to the cloister-garden outside, where temporary exhibitions and events are held.
The museum and exhibition route includes the small cloister on the first floor, where a cloakroom service is available.
On the first floor, the access to the first and second rooms is provided by four steps and a mobile platform (150 kg capacity). The passage between the second and third rooms is 86 cm wide.
The access to the Sala Ovale (entrance width 90 cm) there are four steps that can be overcome with a treadmill (capacity 150 kg).
Access to the library is via a metal ramp with side railings.
In front of the lift, there is also a refreshment area with vending machines (door width 85 cm).
The second floor is fully accessible.
On the third floor, the passage between the second and third rooms is 86 cm wide.
Due to the architectural features of the building, the "Graphics room" and the respective corridor are not accessible.
On the third floor there is a bathroom for people with disabilities.

The museum custodians are always available to assist any visitor who wishes to do so, subject to the precautions due to the current health situation.
 

Routes for blind and low-vision visitors

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The museum custodians are always available to assist any visitor who wishes to do so, subject to the precautions due to the current health situation.

For information see the special section of the website: www.galleriaartemodernaroma.it/en/didattica/progetti_speciali

Accessibility for deaf visitors

LIS (italian signs language)

Video LIS

The museum occasionally offers guided tours with the help of an interpreter in LIS.

For information see the dedicated section of the website: www.galleriaartemodernaroma.it/en/didattica/progetti_speciali

Educational visit
Galleria d'Arte Moderna
05 August - 31 December 2023
Una visita guidata tattile-sensoriale con operatori specializzati disponibile su richiesta.
Galleria d'Arte Moderna
11 December 2022
Un percorso tattile e sensoriale su una selezione di opere pittoriche inserite nel percorso espositivo della mostra “Pasolini pittore”.
Educational visit
Galleria d'Arte Moderna
19 November 2022
Un percorso tattile e sensoriale su una selezione di opere pittoriche inserite nel percorso espositivo della mostra “Pasolini pittore”.