Discover the secrets of the Colosseum—one of the world’s largest amphitheaters and an iconic symbol of Ancient Rome—on an educational yet entertaining tour with a professional guide who tailors the experience to families with kids.
Kids will learn a variety of cultural and historical information, such as the purpose of the Colosseum, the history of Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum, the customs and traditions of Ancient Rome, and how to read Roman numerals. The tour aims to develop and stimulate a curious and creative mind in kids while encouraging the preservation and promotion of art heritage.
Adults will enjoy interacting with kids in a common learning context while hearing about the historical and archeological significance of the Colosseum and other ancient landmarks.
Learning worksheets are provided for children; entrance tickets for the Colosseum, Palatine Hill and Roman Forum are included. You’ll also get suggestions on other ways to enjoy Rome with kids, plus receive a surprise gift at the end of tour.
There may be a line to access these sites. Tour is limited to 12 people, with at least one adult visitor for every three kids.