Double Meaning is the inclusive program for blind and visually impaired visitors, intended to make art accessible to all.
All visitors can enjoy the works of art on view.
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection ensures accessible spaces and information to visitors with disabilities by favouring social and cultural inclusion, welcoming visitors to a hospitable and pleasant environment.
People over 75 years of age have the opportunity to visit the museum before opening hours thanks to a social inclusion initiative aimed at helping senior citizens avoid the isolation that often occurs during the summer months.
The museums guarantees access to all, with no architectural barriers.