G.A.M. Galleria d'Arte Moderna: accessibility

G.A.M. Galleria d'Arte Moderna
Via Palestro 16 20121

How to get there by public transport
By underground: M1 line (Palestro stop);by tram: 1; by bus: 94, 61. For more information on ATM public transport, please visit: https://www.atm.it/en/ViaggiaConNoi/Disabili/Pages/ATMperidisabili.aspx


It is possible to park near the museum on the blue lines.
For more information on traffic and where to park, please visit: 


Information for visitors
Free tickets for disabled visitors and their companion. There are 3 manual wheelchairs available (ask the staff).To facilitate listening to people using hearing aids or having a cochlear implant, at the ticket office there is a hearing loop system (Telecoil). To by tickets or to ask for information, the visitor should commute its acoustic hearing aid on T.


Access to the courtyard of the Villa Reale is through a wide gate and the courtyard is cobbled, with paved paths. The main entrance has three consecutive steps (15 cm) or a ramp (slope of 26%) and a double leaf door (107 cm wide each).


On the ground floor there are:

  • The ticket office for the Galleria d'Arte Moderna (counter height: 120 cm)
  • The ticket office for temporary exhibitions (counter height: 120 cm)
  • The bookshop (counter height 120 cm)



The lift connecting the 2 floors of the museum is closed to the public; to use it you need to ask the museum staff who will accompany you. The lift has the following characteristics:

  • door width: 90 cm,
  • cabin: 188 cm x 160 cm,
  • Lift push buttons panel with embossed Braille printing and acoustic and visual signal of arrival on the floor.


Exhibition itinerary
Art collections of the Galleria d'Arte Moderna are on the first and second floor of Villa Reale. Temporary exhibitions are displayed in the rooms on the ground floor. The Scalone d'Onore (the monumental staircase) links the ground floor to the first floor where there are thirty exhibition rooms with paintings and sculptures from the Romantic Movement and the Neoclassical period. Some exhibition rooms have seats (seat height: 49 cm. and 41 cm).  All the rooms on the first floor have marble or parquet floors and there are no obstacles to mobility.
On the second floor there are 12 exhibition rooms with the Grassi and Vismara collections. All rooms are easily accessible and have seats (seat height: 50 cm).


The accessible restroom is on the ground floor and has the following characteristics:

  • Dressing room (door width: 90 cm),
  • 2 suspended washbasins
  • Door toilet: 85 cm wide; floor standing toilet (clear space: in front: 210 cm, on the right side: 30 cm; on the left side: 100 cm, grab bars on both sides.

In the adjacent bathroom, there is a baby changing table.





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