Your kids will love the educational experience at Explora - Il Museo Dei Bambini, a children’s museum with many interactive displays on science, communications, the environment, and more. The exhibits examine a wide variety of subjects, such as ATM machines, shopping centers, and fire engines. Information is offered in both Italian and English. Book your visit ahead of time, especially if you go on the weekends. For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Rome holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Explora - Il Museo Dei Bambini and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
Explora - Il Museo Dei Bambini Reviews
As a group of fans on the qay to the international this was a superb stop off for some beer and pizza. Yes a kids museum had space to sit in the sun and very good beer and restaurant for pizzas. On... more »
We had a rainy weather and after a short search we found this amazing place. Our kids (5 and 2) loved the stay there, the younger played a lot with everything to see what is does, the older one asked.... more »
My daughter and I were visiting Rome from the U.S. Based on the reviews, I was skeptical but happy that I chose to come. After a long day of sightseeing the day before, I was looking for a more child-friendly activity to take my daughter on our last full day in Rome. We arrived 30 minutes before our time slot and played on the outside zip line until it was time. As a mom, I enjoyed a delicious and cheap cappuccino. When it was our time to enter, it was an hour and 45 minutes of non-stop running around, learning, and exploring. My daughter really enjoyed herself (she’s 9), and didn’t become board. The allotted time was sufficient enough, and because they only sell a certain amount of tickets per time slot, this leaves for plenty of room for children to play without it feeling over crowded. If you’re visiting Rome and need a kid-friendly spot—away from touring all the historical sites, certainly consider Explora!
I personally did not see what all the rave reviews were about. It’s not anything spectacular and is small. Definitely not worth your precious time in Rome. My kids were ready to leave before the allotted time was up. The only positives were that my children have a wide age gap (7 and 1) and both were able to play age appropriate activities. Also, we were in Rome during very hot temperatures in summer, and since most activities are outside in Rome, it was nice having an indoor activity planned. Otherwise, a waste of time.
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