“A No-Limits Museum” is a scheme aimed at providing a link between the world of the Theatre and with those people who are less able to use it; it is intended for the following:

The blind and visually impaired.
Guided visits and workshops using sounds (in co-operation with the Unione Italiana Ciechi and Istituto dei Ciechi of Milan).

Senior citizens: culture with no obstacles and days dedicated to the third and fourth ages
Guided visits (in co-operation with the Fondazione Palazzolo Don Carlo Gnocchi of Milan).

The deaf and mute.
Guided visits with the aid of a sign-language interpreter (in co-operation with the Ente Nazionale Sordi).

Neuro-motor disabilities.
Choir workshops in co-operation with the Children’s Choir of the Teatro alla Scala and the Associazione Famiglie SMA Genitori per la ricerca sull’Atrofia Muscolare Spinale.

Community centres in peripheral urban areas.
Guided visits in co-operation with the Centro Sociale Barrio’s and the Associazione Luisa Berardi Onlus.

Motor disabilities.
Guided visits (in co-operaton with UILDM Unione Italiana Lotta alla Distrofia Muscolare).

Admission is free for people living with a disability and an accompanying person.

For information and reservations, write to museoscala@fondazionelascala.it, or call (+39) 02 88792380