From January 10th 2022, to access the “See you at Lucio’s” the Clock Tower and the Municipal Art Collections, it will be required a Covid Vaccination Certificate with proper QR CODE (Super Green Pass). For more informations -> click here Discover the House of Lucio and take part in an exclusive guided tour. You will see the House in Via d’Azeglio where the artist lived and worked and discover interesting anecdotes and curiosities: his close relationship with the city, his friends and illustrious guests and how his songs were written and arranged. You will find out about Lucio the actor and director as well as about his passion for painting, sculpture, cinema, theatre, photography and poetry. An experience that will get you even closer to his world thanks to sounds, images and colours. Meeting point: Piazza dei Celestini, Bologna (15 minutes before the start of the tour) Included: Guided tour of Lucio Dalla’s Home with specialised guide (in Italian only) Rate: Full price: € 15,00 p/person Reduced price: € 10,00 p/person (children from 6-12 y.o., over 65) Free: under 6 *The house of Lucio Dalla is located on the first floor of a historical building, without elevator. The booking of tickets for people with disabilities must be done by email by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org in order to verify the feasibility of the visit. The sales of the services is managed by Bologna Welcome Incoming Travel Agency Cancellation policy: Tickets will not be refunded in case of cancellation. Rules to be respected: It is strictly prohibited to take photos during the tour Animals not allowed in the House No cloakroom service GREEN PASS RULES In compliance with current government regulations, from August 6th 2021 it will be mandatory that visitors show their Green Pass (also "EU Digital COVID Certificate"), accompanied by a valid identity document, to access the house of Lucio Dalla. This provision do not apply to children under the age of 12 and to individuals with specific medical certification. ATTENTION: without the documets cited above it will not be possible to access the Museum and to receive a refund for the tickets purchased. Others main anti-Covid measures remain in force: at the entrance all visitors must undergo a temperature measurement and it is stricly mandatory to wear a mask inside the museums. Along the exhibition path visitors can also find dispensers of sanitizing gel, and the entrances have a limited capacity in respect of the physical distance required for the safety reasons.