Accessibility for deaf visitors
LIS (Italian Signs Language)
Inside the Museum, near the entrance, there is a LIS video station that tells the story of the Ara Pacis Augustae and the building that contains it.
The Ara Pacis Augustae Museum realises projects and activities with the presence of sign language interpreters for all ages. The appointments are organised in collaboration with the Dipartimento Politiche Sociali e Salute (Direzione Servizi alla Persona) and the non-profit social cooperative Segni d'Integrazione - Lazio.
To find out about the dedicated educational appointments, please consult the Projects accessible.
Until January 06, 2023, The Museum is hosting the exhibition LUCIO DALLA. Anche se il tempo passa. Along the exhibition route there are three videos in which performer Mauro Iandolo intrprets in Italian sign language (LIS) three famous songs by Lucio Dalla (Cara, La sera dei miracoli, 4 Marzo 1943). A calendar of guided tours with LIS interpreters is also available to visitors, organized in collaboration with the Department of Social Policies and Health (Personal Services Directorate), the non-profit social cooperative Segni d'Integrazione - Lazio and with Zètema Progetto Cultura, see the dedicated page.
- Sign Language video Museo dell'Ara Pacis
- Five subtitled video stories describe the museum's heritage and tell the story of some of the monument's protagonists. We will be accompanied on this short journey by Lucia Spagnuolo, archaeological curator at the Ara Pacis Augustae Museum, and by exceptional 'guests': First episode, Second episode, Third episode, Fourth episode, Fifth episode
- The project “Che storia! L’Ara Pacis si racconta”, conceived in 2020 with an inclusive perspective, is intended for young visitors to the museum to tell, while having fun, the story of the monument and its decoration.