Cubisti e Cubismo

Things To Do in Rome with Kids: This visit to the exhibition Cubisti e Cubismo is dedicated to children. Young participants will be taken on a tour through the most famous Cubis...

Nella Grande Mela

Things To Do in Rome with Kids: Palazzo delle Esposizioni welcomes children aged seven to 11 and their families to participate to a special visit to the exhibition Nella Grande...

Lollipop Hunt

Our readers what's on: Ladybirds, an English speaking playgroup for ages 0-4, is holding a special playgroup on Saturday morning. After the usual "circle time", when we sing songs in English - we...

Accettella Teatro Mongiovino

Things To Do in Rome with Kids: This summer camp focuses on introducing children aged six to 12 to theatre. Participants are divided into two groups that focus on staging storie...

Teatro Verde

Things To Do in Rome with Kids: This year Teatro Verde organises two summer camps for children aged four to 13. The first one entitled Sempre Verdi takes place in the area of Vi...

Marymount International School

Things To Do in Rome with Kids: The Marymount International School organises this summer camp for children aged five to 14. The creative, physical, and social activities range f...

Storytime Saturday

Our readers what's on: Kids Can will be running storybook workshops on Saturday afternoon (May 18th Gregorio VII May 25th Appia Nuova) 15.30 3-5 year olds 16.45 6-9 year olds

Lollipop Hunt

Our readers what's on: Ladybirds Playgroup, an English speaking playgroup for children ages 0-4 is holding a special Saturday playgroup. Come for snacks, singing and THE GREAT LOLLIPOP HUNT! Older s...

Children's Theatre

Teatro Mongiovino 4, 5, 11, 12 May. La Bambina Senza Nome for children aged three to seven: a young girl has lost her name in a boring city, until she meets Dadà, a man with a strange wagon,...

Stories at Castello di Lunghezza

30 March-10 Nov. The enchanting Castle of Lunghezza hosts this review, entitled Il Fantastico Mondo del Fantastico, for children and their families. Popular protagonists of fairy tales, cartoons and a...

Nature in the Appia Antica

Things To Do in Rome with Kids: This regional park organises a programme of guided tours and events especially for children aged five to 12 and their families, which take place...

Children’s Tour of Musei Capitolini

Associazione Mage organises this amusing guided tour through the Capitoline Museums for children aged three to six and seven and older. The tour highlights myths and legends, and the looks at marbl...

Science Festival at Technotown

Technotown will host Science Festival III and its numerous events, including many morning activities for schools. 13 and 14 April. Edifici a Energia Quasi Zero, organized by ZEPHIR - Zero Energy an...

Ladybirds’ Jumble Sale

This Jumble Sale, organized by the Ladybirds’ mothers, offers a fantastic opportunity to spring clean and sort through clothes, books, toys and donate anything in good, clean conditions. People...

Amelia the baby camel

Amelia the baby Bactrian Camel has presented herself to the public for the first time at Rome's Bioparco.  When she was born on 25 March, the female camel weighed between 30-35 kg and was 1.5m...

Bilingual swimming fast-track course

Things To Do in Rome with Kids: Since 2008 SwimKids have been giving successful Dutch swimming lessons at international locations. We offer lessons in Ibiza, Rome, Barcelona and...

Concerts for Children

Accademia di S. Cecilia organises concerts for children in the series Tutti a S. Cecilia. 9 April Buon Compleanno Verdi invites students aged 12-19 to celebrate Italy’s most beloved compos...

Theatre for children

TEATRO MONGIOVINO ACCETTELLA 6-7 April Fiabe Ritrovate for children aged four to eight, tells of two conceited and foolish multicoloured birds, which are sent by their king on a mission: to redi...

Children’s Activities at Parco Regionale dell’Appia Antica

Parco Regionale dell’Appia Antica has a long season of guided tours and events especially for children aged five to 12 and their families, which take place in Valle della Caffarella. Its program...

Mission Possible: Will bioeconomy save the World?

The Children’s Museum hosts this interactive exhibition, entitled Mission Possible, promoted by the European Commission, which focuses on bioeconomy, its future challenges and implications. Othe...

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