Are You Wondering What Type Of Things There Are In Rome For Kids?



There are many options in Rome for kids. Our youngest daughter is 4 years old and we are always looking for fun things to do with her. We visited some amazing theme parks around the city this past fall and have to say that we were really impressed. The Italians really do love children and really go out of their way to accomodate them and make them feel special.



The Eternal City is a great place for holiday in a unique setting. The existence of some of the most spectacular monuments in the world are produced by this civilization. When visiting Rome you will find that there is always entertainment and special events happening throughout the city.

There Is Always Entertainment In Rome For Kids

Many families that are on holiday in Rome are known to spend hours at the Luna Park at Via delle Tre Fontane. This is Italy's oldest and largest amusement park and has over 130 rides. The giant Ferris wheel offers a fantastic chance to admire an aerial view of Rome. Children's favorite cartoon characters wander throughout the park. Every May there’s a program of special attractions adapted to the needs of special needs children.

To complete an exciting family tour of the Italian capital, you might want to take a relaxing walk in Gianicolo Park and admire the Italian puppeteers. A bike trip or a picnic in the lovely Old Appian Way Park can also be very enjoyable.

Fun Places In Rome For Kids

Aquafelix:

This aquatic park has slides, swimming pools, a Jacuzzi and waterfalls.

A large car-park, restaurant, bar and shops. Open from June to September. At Via Terme di Traiano, Localita Casale Altavilla, 00053 Civitavecchia Nord (RM).Tel: 0766 32221 Fax: 0766 31798 Email: http://www.aquafelix.it

Aquapiper:

One of the best water parks in Italy. This park has slides, lagoons and swimming pools. Open Monday to Saturday 09:00-19:00, Sunday and holidays 09:00-19:30. Entrance is free for children under 10. At Via Maremmana inferiore, Guidonia-Montecello (RM).

Email Address: http://www.aquapiper.it Tel: 0774 326538 Fax: 0774 326537

Hydromania di Roma:

This water park is near Rome. It's open every day and during holidays from May to September. At Vicolo Casale Lumbroso 200, 00100 Casal Lumbroso (RM).

Email address: http://www.hydromania.it Tel: 06 66183183 Fax: 06 66183183

Il Fantastico Mondo:

An amusement park for children of any age. Open from spring to autumn. At Via Tenuta del Cavaliere 230, Lunghezza (RM).

Email Address: http://www.fantasticomondo.it

Telephone: 06 2262880 / 06 2261270 Fax: 06 2262701





Looney's Indoor Family Entertainment Centre:

Family indoor centre with big soft playground for 0-4, 5-12 year olds. Parties in one of 12 private, themed party rooms, plus bar/restaurant. Major events celebrated: Christmas, Halloween, New Year's Eve. Week day morning club for mums and toddlers. Tel: 06 7932 1977

Luneur Park:

This amusement park is open Wednesday to Friday from 15:00-19:00, Saturday 15:00-02:00 and Sunday 10:00-22:00. Entrance is free. At Via delle Tre Fontane, 00144 Rome (RM).

Tel: 06 5925933

Splash Village:

Fun for the whole family. This water park has slides, swimming pools, games, bars and restaurants. At Via dei Faggi 75, Lavinio Anzio (RM). Tel: 06 9878249

Email: http://www.splashvillage.it

Time Elevator Roma:

This great attraction shows 3000 years of Roman history, combining both education and amusement. At Via dei SS. Apostoli 20, 00187 Rome (RM).

Tel: 06 97746243 Fax: 06 69290903

Zoomarine:

This amusement park that has water attractions, merry-go-rounds, playgrounds, restaurants, snack bars and shops. The park is located 25 kilometers from Rome. At Torvaianica, Pomezia (RM).

Tel: 06 9153 4001

Rome Bioparco - Rome's Zoo is a great place in Rome for kids!



Bioparco Rome is a great place in Rome for kids. We've been there a few times already and have always had a great experience. We've found that it's never been overly busy and the zoo is spread out nicely. There is a large play area for the children to play in. And plenty of places to get a drink or have lunch. There is eighteen acres of parkland, and more than 1,000 animals of 200 different species of mammals, birds and reptiles, set in a botanical context among the most interesting and suggestive of Rome.

The zoo opened in 1911; the Bioparco Foundation is a nonprofit group that manages the zoo and works for international cooperation and for the conservation of species threatened with extinction. The concept of a zoo as a "living museum has given way to that of environmental education through exhibitions, conferences, activities, media events and educational tours.


Explora: Museo Dei Bambini Di Roma - The Museum In Rome For Kids

Rome's children's museum is in Italian for Italians, but accommodations are made for English speakers throughout the exhibit spaces, so it's worth a visit with your English-only kids.

Modeled after the first children's museum, which was founded in Boston in 1899, the museum's aim is to expand learning beyond the parameters of the classroom, and to help children understand themselves and the society in which they live.

In the opening exhibit, which begins with the word "io", ("I") children can begin to understand how they came to be, from conception through doctor visits and delivery. A second area teaches children about daily necessities like food, water, shelter and transportation.

There are areas designed to teach them about the ecosystem and respecting the environment, and about communication and the role of technology. Special arrangements can be made for birthday parties hosted at the museum. English speaking staff members and arrangements for school groups are available, but you'll need to call in advance.

Via Flaminia, 82 (near Piazza del Popolo and the Ministry of the Navy)

Tuesday -Friday 9:30 - 11:30 am and 3-5 pm.

Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 10 am-noon and 3-5 pm Visits last 1 hour and 45 min. Reservations are necessary on weekends and holidays.

Children must be accompanied by adults tel 06 361 3776






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