This is the only museum in the world where art comes into contact with touch, sight and thinking, and elicits feelings of wonder.
Our Museum aims to be: a place where you can feel restored and spend time in the company of art; a place to educate your eyes, thoughts and hands; a barrier-free environment frequented by students, families, associations and people with disabilities, particularly visual impairments.
In short, it is for everyone who is interested in exploring an alternative approach to art.
Visits and workshops
Our Learning Department offers original, multi-sensory visiting experiences.
Guided tours and workshops must be booked.
Contact us at 335 56 96 985 (mobile and Whatsapp) or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For general information on our opening hours and services, see the Plan your visit page.
The two educational workshops are located on the second floor of the Museum and are accessible by lift.
They are fully equipped for our educational activities, from clay modelling to making tactile books. There are tables, chairs, a ceramics kiln, sinks, cabinets where the materials for the various activities are stored by type, typhlo-didactic aids and a collection of examples.
The toilets are on the same floor.
The Mole Vanvitelliana Courtyard is available for outdoor snack breaks.