Amusement/ Theme Parks in Rome

Top Theme Parks in Rome, Italy

Theme Parks in Rome

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  • FamilyTripvisor
    Leeds, UK98 contributions
    We went by bus in April 2017 from Rome. It was closed when we arrived in the morning and we had to have a walk outside until things were open, imagine what the kids boredom was. Then we went in and few parts were closed like the 7D cinema, but the kids enjoyed the play areas, the big slide and there were beautiful flower beds and displays. very good for family pictures and young children.
    Written December 22, 2017
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  • ToujoursLaRoute
    Iasi, Romania880 contributions
    Small museum, mainly dedicated to Federico Fellini, but also to some movies that have been filmed there (you surely enjoyed The Roman Holiday). Then guided tour through some sets already used in various productions. One in all, a place to see, considered to be the second largest "movie factory" in the world. Far from traditional touristic attractions.
    Written March 31, 2022
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  • Jon1983
    3 contributions
    Good place to go not very good for small as some of the slides was aimed at older children, other than that really good place
    Written September 7, 2019
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  • Craig B
    Dunedin, New Zealand48 contributions
    While small this place was packed with things our 4-year-old found exciting, was fairly cheap (10 euro lasted us about an hour) and was well staffed, so although just a handful of children were there, every attraction was operating.
    We did get caught out with the staff lunch break - the park shuts for a few hours in the early afternoon.
    It's about a 10 minute walk through a fairly 'real' area of Rome to get here from the Metro station.
    Written August 13, 2017
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  • Sheri M
    Ardsley, NY262 contributions
    Step back into Rome’s Gladiator history! What better way to experience Rome than by learning how to wield a sword, shoot arrows and protect yourself in a Gladiator Ring! Wear authentic robes and belts while training on a field that could be the same as it was centuries earlier. My boys 17, 19 and 59 (lol) returned back for another round (we came five years earlier!) Once again they experienced the proper way to hold a sword and how to properly slay your opponent! Thankfully the swords are wooden!!! The arrows...they are real...so are many other aspects of this unique adventure. Make sure your batteries are charged, take pictures and get ready to speak about this experience for years to come! Enjoy the hospitality too...yummy treats after the battle. Super nice host Alex who is a wealth of information, and check out his arm! You do not want to go against him in the ring....or Dario who taught my boys.,,a mixed martial arts expert who knows his way around! A must do!
    Written August 25, 2019
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  • jackslattery
    1 contribution
    It's a great place to go with young children. They will love it! it has all of the things young children want.
    Written June 2, 2019
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  • Urban Sohlo
    Oulu, Finland1 contribution
    I was expecting a spinaltapesque take on Roman antiquity, and my expectations were well served. Unorganized, uninformative, poorly kept pet/wild animals. Save you 15-19 euros and stay away.
    Written November 3, 2021
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