Wheelchair Friendly Private Vatican Tour

Vatican Guided Tour for Handicaped and Elderly People

Visit the Vatican with a full-dedicated tour for people in wheelchair. You will go to Raphael's Rooms, passing through the Gallery of the Tapestries, Galleria Degli Arazzi, The Gallery of Maps, Sistine Chapel with a highly qualified guide.

The tour is especially thought to bypass all the barriers located within the building


• Admire the most important masterpieces located in the Vatican Museums with a professional guide

• Visit the Raphael's Rooms and Sistine Chapel

• Enjoy the famous artworks by Michelangelo e Raffaello

• Access to the Vatican Museums with a dedicated itinerary to people in wheelchair

• It’s an obstacle Free because the tour is totally checked for people in wheelchair

Wheelchair friendly Vatican tour

Thanks to Bibhuti Shrestha is family for this wonderful photo and  for the trust you gave us in planning your tour for people with reduced mobility

Wheelchair accessible Tour

Base Price:


For 1 to 2 people (Base price for 2 people, free tickets for the disabled person, otherwise need to pay €35 ticket per person if you are not a disabled person)

Additional Participants:

Adult:  €70 Tickets included

Teenager (aged 6 - 17): €65 Tickets included

Children (aged 1 - 6): free

Telephone number:

contactable on TelegramWhatsApp and  Viber: +393348898387

Having a mobile phone in case contact needs to be made is highly recommended.


Vatican Museums, Raphael's Rooms, Gallery of the Tapestries, Gallery of Maps and many more

What's included:

Professional private guide

Skip the line Tickets

What's NOT included:

Food or Drinks

Transportation to/from attractions


2 hours and half


English, Italiano, Español, Français, Português and Deutsch.

Standard Regular Tour

No wheelchair accessible

€85.00/ Per person

  • Duration 2.5 hours tour
  • Group guide included
  • Max 25 visitors
  • Free map of the itinerary of the Vatican museums
  • Tickets included
  • Headset included 

NOTE: we don’t organize tours bigger than 15 visitors that have a person with mobility issue.

NOTE: *Supplement for earphones for groups with more than 5 people. 3€ (per person) NOTE: **Assistant for wheelchair pushing is not included.

Wheelchair rental, each 15€

Wheelchair friendly private Vatican tour

Special permits Vatican Desk

 People with certified invalidity of more than 74% are granted Free admission for themselves and a caretaker, but they might be requested to present a statement from a doctor or hospital corroborating the declared disability. 

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Wheelchair Accessible Vatican private Tour to visit the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel. 

Good morning friends, the Vatican is really amazing, the smallest country in the whole world and this place concentrates the greatest amount of art works, visiting the Vatican’s highlights requires minimum 2 and half hours.

Our tour includes: Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel. This tour is indoor and you cannot shortcut your visit, once it starts you have to go through the whole thing, You can’t run through the Vatican Museums and get to the Sistine Chapel quickly,

Description of the Vatican tour: Our official Vatican guide will tour you through the following itinerary: Pine Cone Courtyard, Belvedere Courtyard, Octagonal Courtyard, Pius-Clementine Museum, Candelabra Gallery, Gallery of Tapestries, Gallery of Maps, Raphael’s Rooms and, at the end, the Sistine Chapel.

The  St. Peter’s Basilica is another Tour separated, will require between 1 hour to 1 and half hour. In St. Peter’s you’ll see the famous Pietà by Michelangelo, the funeral monuments of the Popes who are buried in the Basilica, made by the most famous artists, the mosaics, the Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament, Bernini’s Canopy, St. Peter’s Statue, Peter’s Throne.

St. Peter’s Basilica is free of charge, you don’t need to buy any admission ticket, but you most go through metal detectors. Depending on day of the week and the time, you may wait in the Queue more than one hour. If you are a disabled person, or if there is a disabled person in your Group, they will let you avoid the line and walk in through a secondary passage. if you have mobility issues, we recommend using a wheelchair for this tour.


EARPHONE: it’s compulsory the use of earphones for all groups over 11 people.

Dress Code: Access to the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, Vatican Gardens and the St, Peter’s Basilica will be allowed only if people are appropriately dressed (shirts without sleeves are forbidden, shorts, mini dresses or skirts and hats).

GUIDED VISIT IN THE SISTINE CHAPEL: To ensure the respect due to a sacred place, explanation is not permitted within the Sistine Chapel, even if visitors are provided with Group Tour radio systems. Explanation may be offered prior to entry in the Chapel, using the dedicated panels.

CLOAKROOM: Bags, Backpacks and umbrellas. Personnel of the cloakroom are obliged to accept any form of luggage independently of form, size or material, with exception of clothing, hats and folding umbrellas.

FOOD AND DRINK IN THE MUSEUMS: It’s strictly forbidden to enter with alcoholic or super alcoholic beverages. These must be left in the cloakroom and collected on the same day before the official closing time of the museum. If not collected these Items will be destroyed.

PHOTOGRAPHS: Photographs of objects exposed and environments can be photographed by a hand camera. For the use of a tripod for professional reasons photos, filming and the use of video-tapes. The personnel have the permission to confiscate any photographic material taken in the Sistine Chapel.

BABY STROLLERS: Prams are admitted inside the museums.