The children’s Museum in Rome – Museum Explora
- Country: Italy
- City: Rome
- Address: Via Flaminia, 80/86
In Rome is the original children’s Museum Explora, which in the original Italian language sounds Explora il Museo dei Bambini. The Museum created specifically for children, in which they and their parents will be able to have a great time. Apart from the fact that in the Museum you can run around and have fun, unlike school lessons, the children are in the process of the games will be able to learn about the different laws of physics and even put some small experiment.
The Explora Museum is not difficult to find. It is the Borghese gardens. Very funny inscription emblazoned in front of the Museum entrance: “the Entrance fee for adults without children is prohibited!”. Yes, that’s right, adults without a child will not be able to go into the room. Inside the Museum really looks childish. Bright colors, various pavilions for children 1 to 3 years, and for older children – as many as four thematic pavilion: “I”, “media”, “Society” and “environment”. The name of the pavilions speak for themselves.
At the children’s Museum children can learn about why to wash your hands or brush your teeth, learn about the human body – all presented on models and mannequins. Children will be able to stroll through the big city, which is represented on the city layout, learn the rules of crossing the road, and also, why protect the environment, while older kids can try yourself as a TV presenter and to study the history of television and radio.
Very often the Museum hosts lectures for parents on very important topics that will help in the upbringing of children. The Museum employs good professionals, pedagogy and psychology. Parents can leave the child with the animators in the framework of the campaign “time without parents”. In Explora Museum, good restaurant, great children’s Park and shop.