Guided walks for kids and young adults

In the city of Rome, almost every museum, archaeological site, art gallery and exhibition prides on internal educational services with guided visits and workshops designed for groups and schools. However, if you’re looking for a special guide who knows how to appeal to children with the correct words and timetables, someone able to suggest places and itineraries that also offer kids games and curiosities, the following are the most qualified associations operating in Rome:

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Rome Private Guides
Licensed guides with vast experience and in-depth knowledge of Italian history and culture. They are experts in designing tours specifically for children, teens and their families. Of particular interest are the Treasure Hunts, the Rome Underground Tour, Colosseum and Ancient Rome Tours, the one by golf cart and Vatican museum visits geared for the little ones, with iPads with 3D apps and overlay books.
Tel. +39 334 8077626 –

Casa Mia Italy Food & Wine
Co-founded by and guided by many years’ experience working with kids, the Rome city walks by the Casa Mia team draw on sensory approach and on-site learning, thus crafting amazing experiences for both parents and children.
Tel. from abroad: +1 718 510 0358 (this is a U.S. number that rings in Italy)
Tel. within Italy: +39 320 720 4222 –

Mirabilia Urbis
Comprehensive dual language guided visits with special programs designed for families and children.
Tel +39 06 45433723 –

Art historians and archeologists introduce kids to art, architecture and history through a fun on-sight weekend teaching visits. Italian language only.
Tel./fax +39 06 68581545 – Cell. 348 3185335 –

Il Treno a Vapore
Child-specialized service offering guided visits of the city, summer camp, teaching camp, field trips, party planning, private lessons, baby sitter services. Italian language only.
Tel/Fax +39 06 23248687 –

La Serliana
Specialized in-depth museum and sightseeing visits for children and adults. Italian language only.
Tel. +39 06 452215171 –


7 responses to this post.

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  2. Thank you for this posting. I think it would be helpful for all. Personally I like this post.


  3. Posted by roberto miliano on November 11, 2010 at 5:29 pm

    thank you!
    I will use this information the nextime Iam in Rome.. Probably this summer…
    Keep up the good work…

    bob and fran miliano


  4. Rome is the greatest city in the world!!!


  5. all very cool activities. the mage program would be on the top of my to do list.

    paz ;-)


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