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The Time Elevator Rome Experience, Rome
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Learn about Roman history through The Time Elevator Rome Experience, a simulator ride. Watch a film projected on three screens from a moving seat equipped with sensory effects, such as biting rats, wind, and rain. The historical information provided is basic, so this is better for novices than for history buffs. Plan to see The Time Elevator Rome Experience and other attractions that appeal to you using our Rome itinerary maker.
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  • It's a show for school groups and tourists. I was there several years ago, but I wanted to bring my grandchildren because I figured in them would have caused much curiosity and interest for some "special effects" and the 5 d (excluding treadmills) Instructive the origins of life a little less the history of Rome that has some shortcomings. If you have children portateceli.
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  • With my son and daughter the movie "Rome" visited. We found it an experience. Not the attraction in itself, but rather the story behind in a fun way. It takes about 45 minutes.
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  • There are a few different movies, but we chose the one about Rome's history. The film itself was good in terms of content, but the 5 d-effects were not very modern. Felt not in sync, and you might as well just have sat and watched it like a normal video. The sound in the headphones was so high that it got sore ears (not sensitive), and in several lurking just audio in one. Then it becomes not so much a 5 d. The movies rolls on throughout the day, so they buy tickets and book a time. Children (9 years) thought of course it was fun even if they don't understand English. The film is an excellent and comprehensive introduction to all the ruins and historic sites that you might plan to visit in Rome, Cinema is going through a really thin small alley (as it looks like in Rome), so it can be difficult to find if it is expected that a movie theater is located on a major street.
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