The Museum is committed to making its collection, building, programs, and services accessible to all audiences. The principles of diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility apply to all aspects and activities of the Museum.

Accessible Entrance

The access ramp is located at the Museum entrance in Via Anelli 42.

Physical Accessibility

The second floor of the Museum is accessible to wheelchair users and others who need to avoid stairs thanks to the presence of a lift located on the ground floor near the ticket office.


Seating is possible throughout the Museum.

Wheelchairs and other mobility devices

Visitors with disabilities may use mobility devices (including manual and electric wheelchairs) and manually powered mobility aids (such as walkers, canes, and crutches) in all areas.

Visually impaired people

All panels are produced using highly legible fonts. A hard copy of all the captions in large fonts will soon be available at the reception desk.

At the Lavagnone pile-dwelling site there is an information area with a dedicated Braille panel.


There are dedicated parking spaces in the vicinity of the Museum for disabled parking permit holders.