The National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art was opened in Rome in 1883 to represent national art in the new, unified Italy. Today the Gallery contains the most complete collection of Italian and international art from the 19th to 21st centuries. The almost 20,000 works in the collection of paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations express the major artistic currents of the last two centuries.
The National Gallery has for some time implementing a policy of accessibility for all, with an agreement signed with the ENS and CoopCulture, and promotes accessibility for deaf people, valuing the role of deaf professionals as mediators for its community. There is now a service offering guided visits for deaf people in ISL – Italian Sign Language and IS, International Sign Language. These guided visits require prior booking.
Times: Tuesdays to Sundays: 8:30 – 19:30
Last entry 45 minutes before closing.
Closed on Mondays, 1 January, and 25 December.
The National Gallery can guarantee full access to people with disabilities, thanks to the use of lifts, lift platforms and suitable services. Two wheelchairs are also available to members of the public, for independent use.
Accessible entrance: Via Gramsci 71.