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Explora, Rome

(3.5/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
Your kids will love the educational experience at Explora, a children’s museum with many interactive displays on science, communications, the environment, and more. The exhibits examine a wide variety of subjects, such as ATM machines, shopping centers, and fire engines. Information is offered in both Italian and English. Book your visit ahead of time, especially if you go on the weekends. With our world travel planner, Rome attractions like Explora can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Daughter in delight, my husband and I gladly played along with it with water, shop, train, bulk materials. This is such a great pastime for the whole family!
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  • definitely suitable for kids in that all activities are suitable for our children. There are also some curiosity for grownups. would the idea of including some companion to better explain some of these activities, to better understand the children. CMQ good idea ...
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  • Spent a reasonable amount of time from the noisy opening of pizzeria at the children's Museum "Explora", yesterday I decided to move impelled by a strong curiosity. Large, decorated in a minimalist, bakery, attentive and proactive. I choose a classic pizza margherita, the nodini of fried dough with stracciatella di bufala. tomato sauce and salad, an Italian beer 33 cl, a dessert and a coffee. Good bow, great fresh stracciatella, pleasing the tomato sauce, while the pizza while being seasoned well paid pledge to a chewy dough that afternoon turned out heavy to digest. Hence the reflection that Naples and its traditional pizzaiuola are distant and not only geographically! Also I found it rather argued probably influenced by Explora effect.
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  • I like the idea of what they are trying to achieve but they should consider renovating. A lot of interactive elements are broken or simply gross from lack of maintenance or cleaning. They didn't hand out bracelets with codes so some exhibits were unavailable. Staff was merely there to check the tickets at the entrance.
  • Great place for kids. Keep in mind that you pay for adults also and that your time is limited to 1.75 hour windows. There is a nice little playground that you can play in for free while waiting to go inside.
  • Ok activities but not exceptional. Very noisy. Staff not the most helpful
  • If you see before of Explora other kind of similar museums like in Paris, France, or in Milano, Italy, you don't like this. There are only some things to do and not very much interesting also for children with an adult that explicate everything. Outside is very abandoned itself, if you must enter in the turn immediately after. Too many long the waiting time between turns.
  • Great place for kids