A Museum for all

Access and inclusion at Mart in Rovereto

Mart. An inclusive museum

At Mart, people with disabilities can find tools and solutions to support their visit in a welcoming and safe environment.

Every year the Education and Cultural Mediation Area collaborates with associations and social cooperatives, enabling more than 3,000 people to participate in the activities of the Museum. This work is constantly being developed by listening to and discussing with family members and professionals.

Here's our commitment to a more inclusive museum:

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No architectural barriers

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Six parking spaces for people with disabilities on Level 0 of the Mart car park

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Lift access to all floors, except the mezzanine

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A ROBY-T09 stairlift to access the mezzanine, operated by attendants

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Wheelchairs available from the cloakroom

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Guide dog access

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A tablet-based, sign language video guide to the permanent Collections (in Italian) is available for free from the Mart's ticket office, for Deaf and hard of hearing people

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Guided tour with sign language interpreter

Booking required 20 days in advance.
T. +39 0464 454159

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Guided touch tour with a mediator.

Booking required. T. +39 0464 454159

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Large-print and Braille versions of the information material available on request at Mart's ticket office

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Augmentative and Alternative Communication guide

Download the pdf (in Italian)

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Information in Sign Language (Italian and English Subtitles)

Watch the video

  • Ph. Mart, Rachele Carloni


    The sign language concert of the Bocca Chiusa Choir in the Collections exhibition halls

  • Ph. Mart, Jacopo Salvi


    Sign Language audioguide at Mart's Collections

  • Ph. Mart, Anna Ramera


    Guided touch tour for people with a vision impairment

  • Ph. Mart, Rachele Carloni


    Touchable reproduction of Carlo Carrà's work "Le figlie di Loth" [Loth's Daughters]. Accessible to all independently in the exhibition halls

  • Ph. Mart, Rachele Carloni


    Autism: facilitation strategies": workshop in the Collections exhibition halls


  • Augmentative Alternative Communication guide