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We go to Rome often and EVERY time my kids demand to go back to explora! This is an interactive space for kids (toddlers to teenagers) and excellent for a rainy afternoon or to let the kids play. For the younger ones there is a...More
Recently in Rome we had charge of our four year old granddaughter for a day. Initially we were disappointed when we woke to find we had a rainy day. We googled things to do in Rome on such a day and discovered this wonderful little...More
Our Italian friend took my 11 yr old, and they cannot stop talking about it! Neither of them wanted to leave when the time was up. My daughter doesn't know any Italian and she had no problems. Our friend did say that it was too...More
Attended this after searching for things to do with young children in Rome. We didn’t know there were tiered times so we showed up and hour late or an hour early. Depends on how you look at it. We decided to go in anyway and...More
we looked for things to do in rome with kids. 6,9 - this place was a gem.
you have to order tickets in advance - every visit is for 1 group per time slot - we wished we ordered two.
the place isn't to big,...More
It is a lovely place for children all ages. The staff is very helpful. There are plenty of things to do and explore. The two things I was disappointed with is that there was no discounts for big families. We paid 48 Euros for the...More
This was a really nice change of pace for our kids (2 and 5). Italy doesn’t have a lot specifically for kids, which is mostly fine but can get hard on them. They were happy to play for awhile and it was really interesting for...More
im here with my girls 9 and 6 yos on saturday 3pm. full of kids. mostly all in italian. not good for tourist on weekend. 8 euro per perchild is ok but adult also has to pay is ridiculous. this is something i go for...More
Young and well-to-do families are the street flavour of Parioli. A new kind of Rome, this area is centuries away from the Renaissance with its pockets of 1930s palaces, tony boutiques, open-air markets and plenty of coffee shops. Parioli was built as an enclave for last century’s haute bourgeois and still represents as such in 21st century Rome. Need a break? The area has several great sporting clubs known for tennis and
riding, a wonderful modern art museum, easy access to the zoo (Europe’s oldest), and is nestled around Rome’s very best parks including Villa Borghese, Villa Ada and Villa Glori.