Read to explore the city? We’ll take care of the rest. For every destination we’ve selected fun family activities and sights to see through children’s eyes.
The Castello dei Burattini is the most important collection of puppet theatre artefacts in Italy. With over 500 puppets and marionettes, the exhibition is an interesting and playful experience for both children and adults.
The House of Sound provides total immersion in music and the devices used to listen to it, from the phonograph to the latest generation systems of today.
The Natural History Museum of the University of Parma offers exhibition and educational activities even for the little ones.
A bit of a toy library, a bit of a carpentry shop and a bit of a inventor's workshop, where you dream when making amazing toys and machines.
The largest maze in the world built entirely of bamboo plants. A path of 3km and 200 thousand plants, with traps, forks and blind alleys.
Adjacent to the hotel, the beautiful Parco Ducale is ideal for a walk and for admiring the impressive façade of the home of the Duchess Maria Luigia. There is also a small lake with an island decorated by sculptures. Furthermore, in the park children can find the "crickets", halfway between bicycles and tricycles, to explore the park until they arrive at the Alice Library, dedicated to them.
Located in Palazzo della Pillotta, at the entrance to the Galleria Nazionale, this beautiful theatre, made entirely of wood, was almost completely rebuilt after the
devastation of the 2nd World War.