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La Citta dei Bambini e dei Ragazzi

Magazzini del Cotone, Modulo 1 | 1/F, Porto Antico Area, 16128, Genoa, Italy
+39 010 248 5790
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Perfect for a rainy day, but.....

Together with my 5 and a half year old (one must never forget the half) and three year old, La... read more

Reviewed September 23, 2012
A H
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Great to let the kids release some energy out of the sun

In a hot summer day there aren't many things to do for kids in Genvoa outside of the sun. This is... read more

Reviewed July 1, 2012
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"La città dei bambini e dei ragazzi" - the children and young people's town - is the place where your children can learn about science and technology while having fun. Over 2000 square meters where visitors between 2 and 12 years meet, observe and experiment with different topics. With more than 90 interactive and multimedia exhibits, children put themselves to the test both alone or in the company of adults to share a learning experience with the family. Child-friendly. It's never too early to learn. For this reason, children between 2 and 3 years have a dedicated area where they can discover the world playing. There is a small enchanted forest where they can explore a cave, go into the house, climb a small bridge and cross the river. Of course in complete safety, an easy and fun way for children to interact to objects and their own body. The discovery of the world however, awaits children between 3 and 5 years: in a real construction site, equipped with helmets, the kids play with small bricks, wheelbarrows, buckets and cranes. The young scientific minds can experiment with water, while others can freely express their creativity by drawing on touch screens.
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Magazzini del Cotone, Modulo 1 | 1/F, Porto Antico Area, 16128, Genoa, Italy
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Reviewed September 23, 2012

Together with my 5 and a half year old (one must never forget the half) and three year old, La Citta dei Bambini was a wonderful way to pass a rainy afternoon. Every activity was a great success. The ones which stick out the most...More

6  Thank A H
Reviewed July 1, 2012

In a hot summer day there aren't many things to do for kids in Genvoa outside of the sun. This is one of the best. The museum is great for kids age 10 and below. There are a few different rooms, age appropriate, where they...More

2  Thank nadia2323
Reviewed May 21, 2012

After visiting the Acquarium, we spent a couple of hours into this Città dei Bambini. Our three daughters touched everything, experimented, climbed. It's a must-have if you have kids younger than 12 and have a couple of hours of time.

2  Thank Corrado C
Reviewed April 25, 2012

We were in Genoa as a stopover between Turin and Florence and happened upon this place located in the old port area. It's a smallish but very well done science and discovery museum oriented at kids (the name says it). A bit expensive, but well...More

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