After the successes of the Domus Romane of Palazzo Valentini and the Fora di Augusto and Cesare, the physicist and
scientific divulger Paco Lanciano has conceived and created “Welcome To Rome”, the most fascinating and
amazing interactive show dedicated to Rome and its millennial history.
At Welcome To Rome you will immerse yourself in the history of this wonderful city and live an experience
exciting and engaging. In fact, visiting Welcome To Rome means to do a real e
its journey through time and space.

A journey in which you will witness a particular multi-projection: walls and ceilings will come alive around you
while on the ground a large model of the city will light up to show the evolution of Rome over the centuries.
This immersive projection will tell you about 2700 years of the history of Rome in 27 minutes, through the
eras that have built the identity of the eternal city. You will have the illusion of flying on the city in the various
centuries, moving within monuments, palaces, churches and squares.
To complete the visit you can activate 4 large interactive models that will allow you to re-learn the story
history of some exceptional masterpieces: the Fori Imperiali, the Forum of Augustus, the Mausoleum of Hadrian and
Saint Peter’s Church.

The spectacular projections and animated plastics will make you complete a unique and exciting experience
relive in first person the evolution of this extraordinary city.

Useful information
The show takes place inside the former Cinema Augustus, in Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 203.
You will be accompanied by an audio guide available in 8 different languages: Italian, English,
Spanish, French, German, Russian, Chinese and Japanese.

Entry time
Open every day:
Monday / Thursday – 9:00 / 20:00
Friday / Sunday – 10am – 2pm

Ticket cost
Full price: € 12.00
Reduced: € 9.50 (under 14 and families with 2 children)
Special: € 1.00 (under 6 and disabled)
Schools: € 7.00 for every 10 children an accompanying person enters for free
Groups: € 9.50 for every 15 persons an accompanying person enters for free

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