Children's Museums in Rome

Rome is full of beautiful corners and incredible monuments, but museums should not be given less importance for that. In Rome you can find some of the most famous works of art in the world.

But we must also adapt our tastes to those of children, and some of the museums in Rome can exhaust them. That is why we must take their age and tastes into account when planning visits to monuments and museums.

Along with the Louvre in Paris, it is one of the most famous in the world, especially since it houses the spectacular Sistine Chapel painted by Michelangelo.

But in this museum we will also find works of art from prehistory to the Renaissance, in which some of the most important Italian artists such as Michelangelo himself, Raphael, Boticelli etc. stood out.

It is a very long visit, so we only recommend it for older children, from the age of 12.

The price for adults of € 15, or € 19 if we buy them online, which allows us to avoid the very long queue that usually exists.

The reduced price is € 8 (€ 12 online) and the hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. From Monday to Saturday. The last Sunday of each month the museum opens and admission is free.

Remember that you are not allowed to use your mobile phone.

Below the city of Rome lies a Christian underground cemetery that has awakened the imagination of travelers who have passed through it. The catacombs are very mysterious and labyrinthine, so they can be entertaining for children.

Of course, try to avoid entering if the child feels claustrophobic or afraid, since they are small and dark spaces.

The hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 2:00 p.m. at 5:00 p.m. The price for adults is € 8, and the reduced price, for children up to 15 years, € 5. Children under 5 years old are free.

A whole city in miniature for the little ones, with pavilions in which children can explore and experiment.

Environment, new technologies, science ... and even a supermarket are some of the areas in which children can move, all in the first person.

Adults and children pay € 7, except for children under 3 years, who only pay € 3. Babies under one year have free entry.

Show located near the Colosseum, offers 3D recreations of life in Rome and the Colosseum shows.

The tour covers the entire history of the Roman Empire through its emperors, from Romulus to Constantine.

They can test their knowledge of history through games and dress up in robes as authentic Romans.

The hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and the price is € 15 for adults and € 8 for children.

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