Tour of the Vatican Museums for People in Wheelchair

Tour of the Vatican Museums for People in Wheelchair

3 h
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difficulty Easy
Wheelchair Accesible
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Guided Visit to the Vatican for People in Wheelchair

Visit the Vatican with a full-dedicated tour to people in wheelchair. You will go around the Sistine Chapel and the Chiaramonti Museum, passing through the Pinacoteca with a professional guide. You will never run into an obstacle because the tour is totally checked for people in wheelchair.

Tour of the Vatican Museums for People in Wheelchair highlights: 

  • Access to the Vatican Museums with a completely dedicated itinerary to people in wheelchair
  • Visit the Sistine Chapel, the Pinacoteca and the Chiaramonti Museum
  • Enjoy the famous artworks by Michelangelo e Raffaello
  • Admire the most important masterpieces located in the Vatican Museums with a professional guide
  • The tour is especially thought to overtake all the barriers located within the buildings

Tour of the Vatican Museums for People in Wheelchair

Explore the Vatican, one of the most popular and mysterious places in the world, thorough a totally dedicated path to people in wheelchair with a professional guide.

Admire the impressive Sistine Chapel

The Sistine Chapel, beautifully painted by the greatest Renaissance artists, is the most important and famous cultural and artistic property in the world. It is located within the Vatican City and it belongs to the Vatican Museum’s itinerary; it is the location where the Conclave and all the Pope’s official rites occur.

The famous Chiaramonti Museum

The Chiaramonti Museum was founded at the beginning of XIX century and takes its name from the Pope Pio VII. It has been fully looked after and set up by the great sculptor Antonio Canova and includes the Chiaramonti Gallery, the Braccio Nuovo and the Lapidaria Gallery.

The wonderful Vatican Pinacoteca

The Vatican Pinacoteca, another important building within the Vatican Museum, was built by order of Pope Pio IX. It is composed of sixteen rooms that contain artworks starting from XII to XIX century, realized by world famous artists such as Giotto, Raffaello, Leonardo and Caravaggio.