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Group of young people in a circle

Our Learning Department staff look forward to welcoming you with original and, as ever, multisensory experiences. There will also be digital games and much more. To make sure everyone has a safe and comfortable visit, groups will be small and social distancing will be respected.

Touching is still always essential! This is the only museum in the world where art encounters touch, sight and thought, producing feelings of amazement.

A space where spending time in the company of art will make you feel better.
A barrier-free place inhabited by students, families, associations, people with disabilities, especially those with visual difficulties; in short, everyone who would like to learn about art in a different way.
A place to educate your eyes, thoughts and hands.

Book your visit

  • Admission to the Museo Omero is free, except for the Design Collection, which has a separate entrance and tickets cost 5 euros. (Consult Gratuities on the Ministry of Culture site).
  • Booking is compulsory: contact us by cellphone or WhatsApp (+39) 335 56 96 985 or by email
  • Contacts: Manuela Alessandrini, Anna Chiara Broggi, Maria Giulia Mengarelli, Francesca Santi.

What we require

  • Surgical mask: strongly recommended throughout your visit. 
  • Use the sanitizing gel provided in all the rooms and/or single use gloves for touching the works.

Our workshops

We have two learning workshops on the second floor, accessible by lift. They have all the materials required for our learning activities, from clay modelling to making tactile books: tables, chairs, an oven for firing ceramics, sinks, cupboards where the activity materials are displayed according to type, learning aids and examples of things you can make. There are bathrooms on the same floor. 
Snacks must be eaten outdoors in the courtyard of the Mole Vanvitelliana.

Booklet with all our projects for 2021-2022 (in Italian)