Note that people showing symptoms of COVID-19 (coughing, high temperature, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing) will be denied access to the museum.
All people ages 12 and up who would like to visit the museum must be:
Green Passes are issued by the national health authority. In Italy, it is sufficient if you received the 1st dose at least 15 days ago, in other countries you must be fully vaccinated. Further, those who have recovered from a COVID infection in the last six months (proof by PCR test) and those who have a negative COVID test (rapid antigen test or PCR test) within the last 48 hours can receive a Green Pass.
Yes, you can visit the museum if you meet one of the following requirements and can provide an official document: Vaccinated (received at least the 1st dose), recovered (in the last 6 months), or tested (must be within the last 48 hours).
Self-tests are not allowed. The test (rapid antigen test or PCR test) must be done in a pharmacy (for a fee) or in a health authority facility. A digital certificate will be issued after about 2 hours. It is then valid for 48 hours.
Museum employees use the state-run app, “VerificaC19”, which reads the QR code on the Green Pass. During this check, the reason why a person has received the Green Pass is not evident. Only the name and birthdate will be displayed to identify the person. No health data is saved or processed in the app. Our employees have been informed about data protection requirements.
Visitors under 12 years of age (up to their 12th birthday) do not need a Green Pass. As for all other visitors, they are required to wear a mask and maintain a distance of at least one meter from all people who are not part of their household.
There are fines of 400 to 1,000 euros for violations, both for visitors and for the museum. We, therefore, ask for your understanding that we will very carefully check for compliance with the rules and that we may ask you to present an identity card.