Upon request, it is possible to book foreign-languages guided tours for groups of a maximum of 30 people.
Additional guided tours are available on Saturdays and Sundays at 15.30 (italian language); there is no need to book in advance for these tours but it is necessary to sign-up at the ticket office at least 15 minutes prior to the tour time, as places are available on a first-come first-served basis. Tickets can be purchased at concession price, plus € 4,00 per person for the guide.
Visitors have various multimedia aids available allowing them to look in detail at the themes presented: audioguides and videoguides, interactive touch-screens, a printed guide, and thematic films.
At the beginning or end of the visit, after making a reservation, schools can use the two classrooms. Activities in the classrooms remain under the supervision of the teachers.
Access for the disabled
All areas of the Museum are accessible to the disabled.
The videoguides make available:
an illustration of the short tour through sign language for the hard of hearing and deaf
the short tour, the standard tour and the in-depth tour for those with mobility difficulties in viewing the exhibit descriptions.
The audioguides provide:
a route dedicated to visitors with sight difficulties and the blind who, in addition to listening to a description of a selection of objects, can explore some of them first hand, or analyse others through special visual-tactile panels.