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Events and exhibitions for children in Rome
Colosseum and Ancient Rome Family Tour for Kids
The Colosseum, Roman Forum and Ancient Rome in a small-group, child-friendly tour with fun games and activities to learn more about life during the Roman Empire.
You will hear fascinating stories about entertainments in the Colosseum, aimed at delighting emperors and screaming crowds, walk among the remains of the temples and ancient courts in the Roman Forum, admiring the Imperial Palace, the altar of Julius Caesar and the Arch of Titus. In addition, you will participate in a treasure hunt and other interactive activities, with 3D reconstructions of the buildings.
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IKONO: the new immersive experience
Exciting settings and highly interactive installations in the heart of Rome. An immersive journey, lasting an average of about 1 hour, which develops through a series of unique breathtaking settings, able to replicate the emotion of traveling to different worlds, cultures and eras without ever having to leave the city.
Among the many interactive experiences, the "Roman Baths" certainly stand out, with an immense pool of bubbles that invite you to take a dip back in time, the "Room with Infinite Lanterns", which offers a surreal journey between lights and shadows in a evocative environment suspended in time, the "Light Painting", inspired by Pablo Picasso's light painting experiments, and, "Yokocho", which transports visitors to a traditional Tokyo street, to immerse themselves totally in the energy and sensations of one of the most fascinating cities in the world.
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ScientopolisUntil January 28, 2024, Ospedale della Donna, Piazza San Giovanni in Laterano
Physics: discover the secrets of the universe, learn about fundamental forces through Newton pendulums, a real Tesla Coil and Van de Graaf generators and experiment with the laws of gravity, electric and magnetic fields with interactive experiments. Illusions: Discover the secrets of optical effects such as projection, reflection and color through breathtaking installations such as the Ames Room and Beuchet Chair.
Biology: travel through the history of life thanks to virtual reality and discover the Big Bang, evolutionary mechanisms and the crucial role of biodiversity in shaping the Earth. Chemistry: Learn chemistry like never before in the interactive section and use slime to explore the six primary emotions from a chemical perspective.
Hours: Wednesday to Sunday, from 10.00 to 19.00
Tickets: from €17.50

Skip-the-Ticket-Line Kids Fun Sistine Chapel & Vatican Tour

The ideal tour to explore all that the Vatican has to offer and let your children be entertained and engaged, while having fun and learning. Engage in activities that involve your whole family: solve quizzes, take part in the treasure hunt and much more. The guide can customize the tour, in order to create a unique experience for your family.
From the numerous Greek and Roman sculptures, to the Gallery of the Candelabra, the Gallery of the Tapestries, the Sobieski Room and the sumptuously decorated Raphael's Rooms to one of Italy's most popular attractions, the Sistine Chapel.
You will be enchanted by Michelangelo's works, such as the Last Judgment and other frescoes depicting biblical stories, such as the Creation of Adam. It then passes from the Sistine chapel to the most important Catholic church in the world: St. Peter's Basilica.
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Bioparco: the Zoo of RomeViale del Giardino Zoologico 1, Rome
The Zoological Garden of Rome, a place that has fascinated its visitors since 1911!
A zoological biopark where a huge amount of its resources are dedicated to conservation, educational programs and animal fences, which offer an improved quality of life to a family that has 1,200 specimens of wild nature, from about 200 different species of mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians!
Along the way you will find hippos, giraffes, tigers, bears, leopards, snakes, birds, monkeys and more, which will remind you of the incredible biodiversity that exists in the world.
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Museum of DreamersFrom 6 October 2023 to 28 January 2024, Distretto Pratibus, Viale Angelico 52
A museum for all dreamers, an experience for adults and children in a journey where design, art and technology come together for an engaging and interactive experience, with 21 immersive installations dedicated to dreamers, including suspended swings, ball pools, tunnels flowers, optical illusions, giant unicorns and many other incredible attractions.
After having found considerable success in Madrid and Milan, the Museum of Dreamers opens in Rome, in 4000 m2 of pure magic.
Tickets : Full price €15.00, reduced €12.00

Leonardo da Vinci Experience
The museum to learn more about Leonardo's inventions. Five rooms containing 50 of Leonardo's inventions, from flying machines to the mysterious mirror room.
One of the five rooms is dedicated to Leonardo's various studies which anticipated the most revolutionary inventions of our era, including the bicycle, the helicopter, the crossbow and the parachute and another presents 22 reproductions of his famous paintings, including the Mona Lisa and the Last Supper, in its first life-size reproduction in Italy.
You will discover new sides of Leonardo's life and personality through visual works, audio recordings and even holograms!
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The Adventure of MoneyUntil 28 April 2024, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Via Nazionale, 194
A journey through time, to discover the main events that have characterized the history of money and finance in the world, in which a narrative voice accompanies the visitor through immersive projections, multimedia experiences that tell stories, anecdotes and curiosities: from the minting of the coin to banknotes, up to the digital transactions that characterize modern payment systems, spanning a time span that goes from ancient Mesopotamia to the present day.
You also have the opportunity to admire very rare objects, such as the terracotta tablets on which the ancient Sumerians wrote the first loan contracts or the Stater of Croesus (Lydia, 560 BC) which according to legend is the first coin minted in gold and silver.

Cinecittà Shows Off
Explore Ancient Rome, the Temple of Jerusalem and 1400s Florence in just one day, visiting the Cinecittà studios!
Visit Cinecittà to immerse yourself in the magical atmosphere of the sets and 19 recording rooms, and then explore six rooms dedicated to direction, screenplay, sound editing, costumes and visual effects.
Then watch videos, photos and archives that document Cinecittà's past, from the 1930s to the Second World War and find out more about the productions that contributed to creating Cinecittà's fame.

Olympic Stadium Tour
A highly engaging journey, which uses innovative and cutting-edge technologies. A journey that starts from a glorious past, represented by its inauguration in 1953, to move on to the 1960 Olympics, the European and World Athletics Championships (respectively in 1974 and 1987 ), the 1990 World Cup, the great victories of AS Roma and SS Lazio and reaches the present with the great variety of events, including major concerts. The route includes a visit to hitherto inaccessible places, such as the legends where the protagonists have written the history of the facility, the mixed zone, the changing rooms, the trophy room, the entrance to the field, the playing field, the stands, to conclude with the Stadium Store where you can buy a souvenir of the visit and with the bistro restaurant.
Timetable : From 10am to 6pm (every day except for match days)
Prices : €18.38 (0-6 years old are free)
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Technotown, the hub of creative science in Rome
After about two years of closure, TECHNOTOWN is fully accessible to the public again and resumes its activity with a completely new project and a different target audience.
No longer a scientific playroom for children aged 8 and up, but a real creative factory for girls and boys from 12 years of age, where science, technology, ingenuity, art and mathematics are transformed into creative tools to educate achieve the impossible.
Young users, supported by the mediation of tutors, can participate in scientific courses, meetings and aperitifs. Among the first proposals, the "Electronic pills" meetings, dedicated to electronic music, "Ricicla thinks creates", for a conscious and sustainable use of the 3D printer, "Casts and resins" at Villa Torlonia and many activities related to photography as Methods of alternative photographic printing: cyanotype, Upside down: pinhole photography workshop, Darkroom: memory in the light, Old School Photography, Photographic portrait in the studio.
Another big news is the opening, inside the structure, of the first Podcast House in the world, a physical place to discover the world of digital audio content and learn how to create podcasts by telling stories, ideas and cultures.
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9.30 to 19.00
All info and the complete calendar of initiatives is available online on the Official Site

From 11 November to 7 January 2023, Cinecittà World, Via Irina Alberti

The magic of Christmas lights up at Cinecittà World and the Rome cinema park is transformed into a large Christmas Village. For lovers of tradition, the meeting with Santa Claus and the visit to Santa Claus' house are unmissable. The youngest guests will be able to meet Santa Claus in person and send the letter with the help of the elves. Also at the Temple of Herod, the Cinema Nativity scene is unmissable. Discover the Christmas markets on Christmas Street in New York in the 1920s, among the scenography and sets that made the history of cinema. Among the Christmas decorations, lights and garlands you can taste the typical Christmas sweets.
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The Pleistocene MuseumCasal de' Pazzi Museum, Via Egidio Galbani, 6
The museum to discover the Rome of 200 thousand years ago, immersing yourself in a prehistoric landscape made up of volcanoes, elephants and hunters.
An elephant tusk found during the urbanization works in the Rebibbia area, in 1981, gave way to an archaeological investigation of an area of over 1,200 square meters which brought to light the stretch of an ancient river bed where more than 2 thousand animal fossils, belonging to species unthinkable in today's Roman countryside (the ancient elephant, the aurochs, the hippopotamus, the rhinoceros). Evidence of an extraordinary series of Pleistocene deposits that dotted the lower Aniene valley 200,000 years ago.
The museum visit itinerary includes observation of the riverbed where visitors are led to imagine what is no longer there: the riverbed is filled with virtual waters and a film reconstructs the Pleistocene landscape with the river, the plants, animals and a 3D representation of the ancient elephant while, in the background, a man who lived in those places 200,000 years ago talks about his world.
Open from Tuesday to Friday from 9.00 to 13.00, Saturday and Sunday 10.00-14.00
Free admission with reservations required on 060608
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The Children's CinemaVilla Borghese, Largo Marcello Mastroianni, 15, Rome
It is considered the smallest cinema in the world with 63 seats and is located inside Villa Borghese.
The programming included comedies and cartoons when it was made in 1934 by Alfredo Annibali.

Today the Cinema dei Piccoli is open from Wednesday to Sunday, with the first show usually at 4.30pm and the last at 9.45pm.
The cost of the ticket is €7.00 on holidays and Saturdays, €6.50 on weekdays
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Explora - the Children's Museum of RomeVia Flaminia, 80/86
A few steps from Piazza del Popolo, the Explora is a permanent structure for children from 0 to 11 years old built on the model of international educational museums, where the little ones can observe, touch and discover in full autonomy through play and socializing.
In addition to offering periodic activities and special events, the museum has a bookshop, a restaurant, a cafeteria, an equipped green area and a small space designed for small children up to 3 years of age.

Opening hours
The visit to the Explora exhibition pavilion, with a limited number, is organized in shifts of 1 HOUR and 45 MINUTES to manage the flow of visitors and offer a better visit.
Shifts from Tuesday to Friday: 12.00-13.45, 15.00-16.45, 17.00-18.45
Shifts Saturday and Sunday: 10.00-11.45, 12.00-13.45, 15.00-16.45, 17.00-18.45
Closed on Mondays

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