Explora – Museo dei Bambini di Roma
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Explora – Museo dei Bambini di Roma information
Rome’s only dedicated kids’ museum, Explora is aimed at the under-12s. It’s set up as a miniature town where children can play at being grown-ups and with everything from a supermarket to a fire engine, it’s a hands-on, feet-on, full-on experience that your nippers will love. Outside there’s also a free play park open to all.
Booking is advisable on weekdays and essential at weekends.