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Time Elevator

Time Elevator

A surround-screen 3D experience takes kids on a trip through centuries of Roman history. It’s only a 30-minute ride, but could help as an introduction to the city that will keep kids interested through all the sightseeing to follow.... Read More

Planetarium and Museo Civiltà Romana

Planetarium and Museo Civiltà Romana

Rome’s planetarium shares space with the Museum of Roman Civilisation, which explores the history of the city, and includes some lovely models of ancient Rome. The astronomical museum functions as a theatre, taking you on a tour from... Read More

The Janiculum Hill

The Janiculum Hill

The hill that soars above Trastevere and the Vatican provides a breathtaking view of the whole city; there’s a little coffee bar here where you can stop and have a drink, too. For children, there’s a puppet show and a... Read More

Explora – Children’s Museum

Explora – Children’s Museum

The Children’s Museum close to the Piazza del Popolo is aimed at kids up to 12 years old. It offers lots of hands-on exploration for curious young minds and though it’s in Italian it’s still worth a visit if you have... Read More

Colle Salario Onlus Roma

Colle Salario Onlus Roma

At Colle Salario Onlus Roma you can climb 6m walls using a harness and ropes. If your children are just beginners, they can try the lower walls of 2m to 3m, with no ropes. Training in English is available on request and lessons run... Read More

Bowling Brunswick

Bowling Brunswick

Bowling has regained some of its 1950s chic and is especially popular with older children looking for a way to enjoy themselves out of the cold from late autumn to early spring. Bowling Brunswick has 24 lanes, as well as minigolf, a... Read More

Bioparco (Zoological Gardens)

Bioparco (Zoological Gardens)

Founded in 1911 in the north of the Villa Borghese Park, Rome’s zoo has more than 1,000 animals from over 200 species of mammals, reptiles, and birds. The zoo is notable for its Kleinmann’s tortoises, which are on the verge of... Read More

Al Sogno

Al Sogno

This wonderful, old-fashioned toyshop is an absolute paradise for any kid and some adults. You’ll find beautifully made tin soldiers and the kinds of cars dad used to play with before computer games and iPads, but it also sells modern... Read More


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