National Archaeological Museum of Venice

Accessibility and services

Museums are for people

We think that working for an inclusive museum means striving to make the visit as pleasant as possible for everyone. Our main aim is to increase the usability by going towards the needs of the greatest number of people. We are fully convinced that accessibility is not only physical but also sensory and cognitive. Therefore, we have created a tactile itinerary and a tour in Italian Sign Language. Besides, we are planning  informative panels with high level of understanding.

To consult our accessibility report CLICK HERE.

This website was planned by following the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) which define the standards for accessible websites. If you should encounter difficulties in using this website or you should have suggestions to increase its accessibility, please contact us.

Tactile itinerary

The tactile itinerary allows visitors to discover original sculptures by the sense of touch. Initially thought as a special tour for sight- impaired people, it is available for everyone for free. Booking is requested. Guide-books in Italian, French, German and in Braille are available for free  on demand.

Information and bookings: +39 041 2967663.

Italian Sign Language itinerary

Thanks to the collaboration with  VEASYT srl, a research spin-off from the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, we have a multimedial guide accessible by smartphone, tablet and computer. The contents are in Italian, English and in Italian Sign Language.
The artworks described in the guide are tagged by a QR code which links to the following website:

The website can also be consulted for free at home.

Everyday 10 am – 5 pm (except January 1st and December 25th)

17, St. Mark Square, Venice Italy
Entrance from the Museo Correr