In places where tourists don't usually go, there are children from local friends who have a good time with them, and they also bring notebooks and pen records. There are many kinds of products inside, and it is similar to a large canteen, so you can order food.
A wonderful children's museum in the heart of Rome, aimed at children but you will most definitely find yourself playing with the equipment too!!There are set time slots when you can go in so maybe check out their site before going to help lessen the hoards of people that visit during busy periods. They have water activities, play dough and crafts corners, drive a real train, pretend kitchens, maths problems to solve and a section for babies 0-3 with soft padded areas, mirrors and percussion instruments plus lots more.All equipment is well kept and there really is so much to choose from. It's a truly great day out if you want to keep your child's best interests at heart as sometimes tourist attractions can get exhausting for little ones. Here they can chill out .. and so can you!
This children's museum is a fun place to bring your children, especially if they are on the younger side. There's lots to see and do here, and this is a fun, safe environment where you don't have to worry about Rome traffic or your children getting in someone's way. This museum has been designed for children to play and learn. The drawback (or perhaps for some, a plus) is that the museum operates in shifts, starting at 11:00 AM for 1 hour and 45 minutes. I recommended buying your tickets online so you can skip the lines and not get stuck waiting almost two hours to get into the museum.
There are many exhibits in the museum, which is very suitable for children to visit.
Discovery-Children’s Museum, located in the city of Rome, is the largest children’s amusement science and technology museum in Rome. There are many science games in the museum where children can experience various science games. Every day off, many citizens will bring children here for education Happy.