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Archaeological sites are normally paved with rocky terrain and there will be some light walking up the hill.
On this Colosseum Kids tour, your children get to lead the way on a fun and educational treasure hunt through the Colosseum and ancient Rome. Watch out for gladiators!
Your child-friendly guide will focus the tour around your kids, helping them feel like Roman Emperors and Gladiators as they heroically conquer the Colosseum by finding all the hidden secrets inside.
The Roman Guy's ancient treasure hunt will begin in the Colosseum. Using a treasure map, your kids will bring the history of the Colosseum and ancient Roman Forum back to life!
Through ancient facts and legends, your children will learn about the legendary combats, epic gladiators and hungry crowds that made the Colosseum a top attraction in ancient Rome!
Your kids will be learning about ancient Rome as they find secret symbols and emblems that are found around the famous arena, such as Roman numerals, mosaics and ancient graffiti.
Their path of discovery will continue through what used to be the center of the most important city in the world, the Caput Mundi. Here, the ruins will tell stories of greatness and heroism!
Hidden symbols await us at ancient gates, monuments and buildings, each helping your children to guide the way through the Roman Forum. Their imagination will start to rebuild the streets around you.
The Roman Forum was the center of everyday life for Romans. You guide will show you how the Romans used to spend their free time on the streets of their city.
Your will learn about how a group of Vestal Virgins kept a flame burning in their temple for eternity. As you walk through their gardens, there will be lots of hidden treasures to tick off the list.
Just before ending the triumphant treasure hunt, your guide will tell the story of one of the most important Romans ever to walk those same streets! Julius Caesar!
After crossing all the treasures off the list, and having discovered all the secrets of ancient Rome, it will be time for the kids to collect a well deserved reward!
A Tour for the Whole Family! We understand it can be a challenge to keep the kids entertained when sightseeing on vacation. This is why we created our immersive child-focused tours in Italy. During this Family-Friendly Colosseum & Roman Forum Tour, your kids will be not only learn about ancient Rome, but they will have fun doing it! Their imaginations can run wild during an Ancient Roman Treasure Hunt with the help of a private child-friendly English speaking guide.
A great experience for the whole family, you'll have a guide all to yourselves, meaning your kids will get a lot of attention. Guide, Tickets, Maps & Admissions are included. This tour is suited for families with children aged 5 to 10 years old. This 3-hour tour includes:
Your children will lead the group around the Colosseum & Roman Forum on a quest to find particular Roman symbols and landmarks. On the way, your child-friendly guide will present clues and activities for the children to do, whilst telling stories of Gladiators, Emperors and life in ancient Rome.
As you reach out and touch the walls of the Colosseum, you'll get to learn about the life, love, death and victory that these walls have witnessed over the centuries. During this part of the treasure hunt, your guide will make sure each child feels as popular as the gladiators who fought in the arena, and as important as the emperors and empresses who decided their fate! There are plenty of hidden symbols to find inside, spread over the two floors of the arena!
After your children have conquered the Colosseum, your guide will set the scene of ancient Rome as the children lead the way over to the Roman Forum. Now, it's time to walk the streets that Julius Caesar and Augustus once tread upon!
After hearing the tales and secrets that lie within the walls of the Colosseum, your children's imaginations will transport them back in time inside the Roman Forum. You will all learn about who lived inside the forum and what the different buildings and monuments are. You'll also visit a sacred garden and discover how Roman's used to spend their free time in the city, all while your children are pointing out the remaining treasures on the map. The storytelling and treasure hunt will come to an end inside the Roman Forum.
This tour is very interactive and encourages children not only to learn but to have fun while learning. Instead of just listening to a guide, the kids are looking, searching, and answering questions, while the parents can enjoy the archeological sites and the stories from the guide. At the end of the tour, each child will receive a little prize to reward them for completing the treasure hunt and to remind them of their Ancient Roman adventure!
Don't forget your camera! There will be plenty of opportunities for you to stop and take photos throughout! Remember to ask your guide to take some photos of your family together so you have a keep sake of the time your family conquered the Colosseum.
Q: Do I have to pay for kids younger than three years old?
€289.95 BASE PRICE
Child (6 or under)
The Roman Guy offers a full refund on Group Tour cancellations made more than 72 hours prior to the start time of your tour. Cancellations made within 72 hours of your tour taking place cannot be refunded but we will do our best to accommodate you on another tour or date, pending availability.
The Roman Guy offers a full refund on Private Tour cancellations made more than 7 days prior to the start time of your tour. Cancellations made within 7 days of your tour taking place cannot be refunded but we will do our best to accommodate you on another tour or date, pending availability.
Be prepared to be walking or on your feet for the duration of the tour. If that makes you nervous due to a physical condition, contact us for more information or go with a private tour that will move at your pace. Thanks!
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Loved the treasure hunt! Finally a tour that is fit for kids and not boring!
Great way to see Rome and enjoy family time! Great for kids!
Our guide Anna was amazing. She did a wonderful job bringing the area to life and engaging two jet lagged kids. Anna used some of her own books and viOur guide Anna was amazing. She did a wonderful job bringing the area to life and engaging two jet lagged kids. Anna used some of her own books and visual aids that helped us see the area in a much more vivid way. Time passed quickly. Never bored. Kept us moving. Thank you Anna and the Roman Guy...more
First of, great pre-tour service. Very quick at getting back to you on questions. We ended up booking the private family rome tour and the "pre-openinFirst of, great pre-tour service. Very quick at getting back to you on questions. We ended up booking the private family rome tour and the "pre-opening" vatican tour. The family tour was structured as a "Treasure Hunt." Our tour guide did a REALLY good job engaging our children. It was really hot that day and even then the kids did not complain. The information was interesting and we had a good time. The "Pre-Opening" Vatican tour is a MUST. You need to get up early but it is totally worth it!!! When we got to the Sistine Chapel, there were maybe 30 - 40 people in there (which is REALLY low). It was so peaceful and not crowded; easily walking around to see the ceiling. It was a great way to take in Michelangelo's masterpiece. Highly recommended!!..more
We booked the kids tour of the Coliseum and Roman Forum, and it was a big hit with our young son. We were concerned that he couldn't stay engaged for We booked the kids tour of the Coliseum and Roman Forum, and it was a big hit with our young son. We were concerned that he couldn't stay engaged for a tour, but our guide, Laura, was outstanding! She brought expert knowledge of the sites, but was able to connect with our son too. We were impressed!
The treasure hunt through the sites was the highlight of his trip. Days later, he's still excited about it.
We had wondered if the tour would be worth the money, and believe me, it was! ..more