We are improving our services to be able to offer everyone the chance to enjoy the monumental complex of Piazza Duomo fully. We have done our best to make the Museum's monuments and exhibition spaces accessible, fitting them with ramps and, wherever possible, lifts, and offering alternative and inclusive dedicated services.
Wheelchairs are available at the entrance to the Cathedral and the Museum. The security staff is always available for any request or information.
For a visit to the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, the Baptistery of San Giovanni, the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, Giotto's Bell Tower,Brunelleschi's Dome and Santa Reparata, free entry is provided for disabled visitors and their escort. Tickets can only be collected by going directly to the Museum's cash desk, in Piazza del Duomo 9 and submitting a suitable document or certification.
Access to service animals (guide dogs for the blind and others) is allowed upon submission of the required certification.
Below you will find all the useful information for each monument.
The Accessibility Office of the Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore focuses on facilitating access and enjoyment of the monumental complex by any visitor, focussing especially on people with temporary or permanent difficulties and impairments of any type: cognitive, sensorial, physical, motor or social.
Since 2016 we have developed inclusive and specific projects which we continuously update and evolve also through collaborations and comparisons with associations and related institutions, including offers dedicated to the peculiar needs of people, all of this with a strong drive to adapt methodologies, tools and itineraries and create different activities, custom-tailored for different needs.
Highly customised path, designed to meet the specific needs of individuals or groups that are not part of structured projects and which is modulated on the basis of particular requests.
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Museo Duomo is interactive and free APP that guides you inside the museum with information and insights on the Salt and the works on display. The application then allows reading the QRcode in the Museum, through which visitors can access directly to multimedia content related to the works, promotions and ongoing initiatives.