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Technotown, Rome

(3.1/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • We took advantage of a vacation day coincided with the Christmas period and we went to this place to continue to indulge a passion towards "our son" LEGO world, some activities are combined with the use of tools and building blocks of Lego, too bad not being able to visit the Planetarium but times were not "comfortable", bring us your children ...
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  • We arrived at technotown after spending a lot of time getting there. Based on TripAdvisor reviews I thought it must be excellent. When we arrived we found out most activities were in Italian and we co...  more »
  • Premise, we went with three children in September at the lab "robotic missions" and walked out completely satisfied, kids had fun and excited. Back in October with equal expectations by booking for "special effects" and drop in a group of 23 people in a small room and crowded with a person who was trying to hold off children without offering any content. In fact, after the first 5 minutes of interesting explanation, time is spent trying to figure out how to work the software (with great difficulty) and doing aping the Chase group between two spaceships. Children of 10 years have left bored and disappointed. Council to prepare more on PC use and incorporate the most interesting simulations lab. My vote expresses the average of the two meetings.
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  • Today I went there with my mom because I had read that there was a laboratory of dubbing and TechnoCartoon. And I love the dubbing and cartoons, except that when I went there they told me that they will be dubbing because he had not presented anyone and it was necessary that occurred at least two people (in my opinion it was fine just one person because I know that the dubbing often alone and not only in pairs) and to see the information about TechnoCartoon you had to go on the site. But the Wi-Fi, instead of being free as it was written, required the use of the password and I don't like to annoy the owners asking them the password. I mean, aside from the beautiful park and the "casa di Mussolini" TechnoTown didn't like it because the courses they wanted to do they couldn't do. Why I gave one star for this reason.
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  • Intelligent proposals and competent staff definitely make this initiative an experience to bring to life our children
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  • Funny, but with things a little dated and not really interactive. Love the Planetarium, minus the 3D printer. Booking essential.
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  • Innovative and smart as few other places, of course for children. Always book before calling the number of the municipality of Rome. Choose the "paths" and pay only for what you choose.
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