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The Gallerie d’Italia museums are open to everyone and promote the culture of accessibility: with this in mind, we have created inclusive itineraries in collaboration with third-party organisations and associations, projects that underline the museum’s commitment to raising awareness and offering experiences that engage the emotions, overcoming physical, psychological and sensory disabilities to foster social, cultural and linguistic integration. 

Admission is free for visitors with disabilities and their carers. All architectural barriers have removed from the museum spaces and platform lifts and elevators are availablefor all the visitors.

The access points for visitors with disabilities are marked on the museum map.


Museum map

Museum map - Vicenza Museum map

Where we are

The museum is located at number 25 Contra’ Santa Corona.


Line no. 30: alight at Contra’ delle Canove.
Lines 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 and 10: alight at Contra’ Vittorio Veneto.


Exit at Vicenza Est or Vicenza Ovest and follow road signs to the historic town centre (“Centro Storico”).
You can park near the museum in the Park Fogazzaro or Park Canove car parks.

Inclusion programmes

Gallerie d’Italia - Vicenza is committed to making art accessible to the young, and in particular students with cognitive or sensory disabilities and foreign students. Thanks to our partnership with  Civita Mostre e Musei, we have launched numerous specific projects to make the museum an open and active environment where everyone can grow.

Dedicated initiatives

Gallerie d’Italia - Vicenza dedicates numerous special projects to vulnerable visitors, paying particular attention to people with physical, cognitive and sensory impairments.

In Vicenza, these include the exhibition project Clay. Stories about Vases with audio, Italian sign language (LIS) video and tactile supports to make it fully inclusive and accessible. Particular attention is also paid to elderly visitors (guests from residential care homes and ageing guests with intellectual impairment) with the Art and Memory itineraries, designed to offer an artistic and museum experience that brings to mind past memories.  

Contact us

For more information on visiting or organising special itineraries for people with physical, cognitive or sensory disabilities, write to: