This article was born from a reflection conducted as part of the Piaceri project, called Visinmusa, of which the writer is the local contact person for the input and intent is to carry out a reconnaissance of the key concepts of the issues that arise when investigating the field of study of goods of cultural interest and the possibility of their universal enjoyment. In doing so, it places the theoretical orientation of Universal Design within an inclusive framework. The possibility of overcoming architectural barriers is often understood only as an obligation deriving from a legal provision, and the resulting structural interventions very often seem partial and not very functional for the diverse needs of users. It is therefore not enough to simply guarantee the rights of persons, as enshrined in the Italian Constitution, but it is equally important to verify that visitors can actually access and enjoy what is provided for in these rights, making the artistic experience of disabled users meaningful and qualitatively better.
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