Rome

Children's cinema in Villa Borghese, built in 1934 and decreed by Guinness World Records in 2005 to be the smallest building serving as a cinema in the world. The cinema organises film screenings for children, educational workshops, an annual children's film festival and other initiatives including private parties. There is...

Housed in a beautifully restored 16th-century building in the heart of Villa Borghese, this play centre has a full programme of educational workshops, exhibitions, animated book readings and other events for children aged 3-10. There is also a specialist bookshop selling toys and games. ...

Sunday morning family concerts organised by the Accademia Nazionale di S. Cecilia, which has its permanent home at the smart new music auditorium designed by Renzo Piano in the Flaminio district in north Rome. There are many other initiatives including different workshops as well as a youth choir and orchestra....

A place for young children to play, colour, laugh, read, sing, dance and have fun. The morning activities are designed for children ages 12 to 36 months, and in the afternoon for children 2-6years. There are mum and baby activities Saturday mornings. ...

This park in the north of Rome, also known as Park Virgiliano, was built by Raffaele Vico in 1924. There are all sorts of games for children and is a popular meeting point for parents. ...

Villa Ada is one of the largest parks in Rome. It is located in the northeastern part of the city. The public portion of the park is much larger than the private area. It contains an artificial lake and many trees, including stone pines, holm oaks, laurels and a very...

Aimed at children, the Time Elevator is a multimedia attraction which offers a journey through the 3000 years of Roman history in less than an hour. For those visiting Rome on holiday its great to give an overview of all the buildings/attractions you will be visiting beforehand. ...

Children learn by doing at this interactive museum in the Flaminio district north of the historic centre. The pavilion resembles a small town containing a supermarket, bank, post office, fire station, recycling point, vegetable garden and other “exhibits” where children can explore and experiment at their own pace and according...