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Rome, Rome for Kids
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  • Availability: All year round
  • Days of operation: Everyday
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Departure: On request

Coliseum for Kids:

No-one wants to hear the dreaded phrase “Mum, I’m bored!” so why not keep young minds occupied with the incredible sights of the Coliseum, brought to life by the intrepid stories of our expert guides. Enjoy the famous amphitheatre, then pass by the Roman Forums to St. Clemente underground for a voyage back to the secretive days of Ancient Rome.

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Coliseum for Kids

No-one wants to hear the dreaded phrase “Mum, I’m bored!” so why not keep young minds occupied with the incredible sights of the Coliseum, brought to life by the intrepid stories of our expert guides. Enjoy the famous amphitheatre, then pass by the Roman Forums to St. Clemente underground for a voyage back to the secretive days of Ancient Rome.

Tour Description and Highlights:

The Coliseum

Nothing beats the sight of a child’s eyes as they widen to stories of gladiators stepping into the vast Roman amphitheatre of The Coliseum to battle ancient beasts, as leopards, lions and elephants stampede from their cages to the delight of the audience.

Step into centre-stage and imagine the thousands of spectators who would surround you; sometimes filled with water to recreate naval battles, other times forming a ring for chariot races to occur. Often times the crowd simply sat back in admiration as Emperors emerged from the arches of the Roman Forum to the cheers of all those around.

San Clemente

Descend from the sunlight and arrive 3-floors beneath the streets of Ancient Rome, discovering the amazing San Clemente Church alongside its gurgling water source. The kids will love this journey back to the 1st century AD.San Clemente itself sits atop a 4th century Basilica which depicts the ‘San Clemente miracles’ – frescoes that seem to show a curious comic-strip like cartoon dating back to 1100 AD.

The Republican House & The Cult of Mithras

From here, you will explore an aged Republican house that was destroyed during the great fire of AD 64. From the 3rd century, its courtyard became a temple for the cult of Mithras, with the noises of a subterranean river creating an eerie experience that the children will love!

What’s included in the tour:

– Children-friendly certified Guide
– skip the line tickets for the Coliseum and Basilica of S. Clemente

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