As any capitals of Europe, Rome has a lot to offer in terms of museums, historical sites, exhibitions and activities overall.
But what are the essentials activities to do Indoor with children?
BabyBreaks has done some research for you and selected the best child-friendly Indoor activities in Rome.
Explora is a unique museum dedicated to children which allow our bambini to explore their cognitive and emotional capacities. Opened in 2011, this non profit and private museum will get your kids entertained for less than 2 hours for each session. The museum organises up to 4 sessions per day and also have a kitchen cooking lab. Check out their sessions on their website.
Opening Times: Tuesday to Sunday with 4 sessions per day. Closed on all Mondays, December 25th, January 1st and August 15th
2. Teatro San Carlino – Puppets Shows
Il Teatro San Carlino is one of the most famous theatres in Italy showcasing only children plays made with Puppets and real Actors. Whilst the plays are in Italian language, young kids and adults will still have fun with the shows. The programme changes frequently and they are currently preparing a play around Halloween called Pulcinella e Il Ragioner Dracula. Book your tickets early during school holidays.
3. Vatican Museums
If there is one museum to visit in Rome with the kids, Vatican Museums are worth to go. You need to consider to spend a few hours with a great tour guide that will take you through the essential things to do. Yes these museums are very big, in fact the 5th largest in the world, hence why better to only see a fraction of it with someone who will tells you stories and facts that will please both parents and their children. Check the tours for families here.
Address: Viale Vaticano, 00165 Roma RM, Italy
4. Welcome to Rome
A good introduction to the Italian capital must be done with Welcome to Rome, a 4D 30 minutes attraction which will explain to adults and children how Rome was built and evolved through the centuries. This spectacular video projection is a great entry point before heading to Churches, the Colloseum, the Vatican City and other landmarks. The show starts every 30 min so you have plenty of time slots to choose from.
Opening Times: Monday-Thursday – 09:00 | 19:00 and Friday-Sunday – 10:00 | 21:00
With so many historical sites and museums, Rome also has a museum dedicated to video games. Whilst it might not tell you anything about the Roman culture, it would probably satisfy your teens to be in their own world for one hour or two. This is not a venue for baby and toddlers for sure unless you Parents have a passion towards video games!
Opening Times: Tuesday-Sunday – 10:00 | 20:00 Closed on Mondays, May 1st, December 24th, 25th, 26th, 31st and January 1st
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