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.
This is a child-sized museum where kids are the protagonists in scenes from daily life specially created for their use. From the post office to the television studio, for instance, kids can play and learn what happens in the adult world.
Immersed in the green of the Parco di Villa Borghese, the Casina di Raffaello has a beautiful workshop where children can paint and play under the guidance of expert animators.
An unmissable opportunity to embark on a voyage through science and technology, where amusement and knowledge go hand in hand. Numerous themes and activities for all ages.
Villa Borghese has a Biopark where visitors can admire animals from all over the world: 200 species including mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians from five continents.
This is an old marble mask set into the wall of the portico of the church of Santa Maria in Cosmedin, in Rome, in 1632. Legend has it that the Mask will “bite off” the hand of any liar. Will you have the courage to put your hand in the mouth of truth?
“Cinecittà Shows Off” is a permanent exhibition tracing the history of Cinecittà: the scenery, the costumes, the sets and the people - actor, directors, producers – who worked in what has been called the “Dream Factory”. Don’t miss “Cinebimbicittà”, a large workshop space for kids from 5 to 11 years.