All journey times are approximate and subject to variation.
Things to do in Rome with kids
With plenty of history and culture to uncover, Rome is packed full of fun child-friendly activities designed to inspire, educate and entertain all at once. From classes where youngsters can learn how to be a Roman gladiator, to action-packed amusement parks and traditional Italian puppet shows, there’s so much to do in The Eternal City. Discover where to take your children during a trip to Rome with this two-day itinerary.
Then, take a 10-minute drive to Gladiator School.
Make your way to Luneur Park, which is a 15-minute drive away.
Next, take a 15-minute drive to Teatro Verde.
Take a 20-minute drive to reach Bartolucci.
To get back to the hotel, it’s a 15-minute walk or drive.
Bioparco di Roma
Next, take a 20-minute walk or a 10-minute drive to Explora.
Explora: Il Museo Dei Bambini Di Roma
The next location can be reached via a 20-minute drive.
Il Gelato di San Crispino
Then, walk for 20 minutes or drive for 10 minutes to reach Studio Cassio.
Studio Cassio – Arte del Mosaico
Cinecittà World is a 35-minute drive from here.
Sit back and reflect on the day with a 50-minute drive back to the hotel.