What to do in Rome with children on Saturday the 18th and Sunday the 19th of June

Mid-June weekend schools closed, but many children are still in Rome. And if the summer camps during the week think about making them have fun and let them go, then what can you do on the weekends?

There is certainly no shortage of events dedicated to families in the capital over the weekend. It ranges from guided tours to theme parks and again theater, workshops, library meetings and more. Ready for an absolutely lively weekend?

Here’s RomaToday’s advice on what to do with children in Rome on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th June:

Cinecittà, family visit with Fellini

Sunday, June 19 “Cinecittà in the family, company of Fellini and his Venusia!”, An animated visit for children and families, scheduled at. 11.00 and 16.00 in the Cinecittà studios. A fun animated visit for children and parents together to get to know the huge and mysterious sculpture of Hikaru that tells its story, Fellini and Cinecittà. Many activities allow you to discover the movie scenes, the curiosities of Cinecittà and its inhabitants to create a map as a reminder of the experience. [TUTTE LE INFORMAZIONI]

Crazy about Chiostro del Bramante

Why not choose to visit an exhibition at the weekend with the kids? At Chiostro del Bramante there is “Crazy – Madness in contemporary art”, a large creative and exhibition project curated by Danilo Eccher. 21 artists of international importance, more than 11 unpublished site-specific installations. Madness, like art, rejects established patterns, flees from any rigid framework, rebels against limitations, so does Crazy. No ordinary and predictable path in favor of a creative explosion capable of expanding, like Ian Davenport’s pigment streams on the stairs and of modifying the spatial perception of Gianni Colombo’s environment. An exhibition that will excite even the smallest [TUTTE LE INFORMAZIONI]

“Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers” in Cervelletta Park

For lovers of the famous saga, Sunday, June 19, in the enchanted park Cervelletta, the Marathon of the Lord of the Rings continues. In Tor Sapienza’s arena, at 21.15, “Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers” will be shown. The film will be visible in Italian with English subtitles. [TUTTE LE INFORMAZIONI]

Entertainment and Cinepool

Guaranteed fun in Cinecittà World, the cinema and TV theme park. Over 40 attractions, 7 themed areas dedicated to major cinema genres, 6 live shows a day and a program with over 100 events. For this season, the park has been adorned with some cinema masterpieces featuring Il Giardino degli Dei, a walk among the sculptures and scenery created by the historic De Angelis family, scenographers for 3 generations and for over 80 years in Cinecittà. And the Cine Piscina has also reopened to give yourself a refreshing break and forget, at least for a while, the capitolian heat. [TUTTE LE INFORMAZIONI]

There is Pinocchio and Freeda in Zoomarine

The amusement park in the Torvaianica area welcomes Pinocchio and Freeda, the main characters of the cartoon produced by Rainbow and broadcast on RaiYoyo every day “Pinocchio and friends”. The two friendly characters have arrived to further animate a park that already has a lot to offer, with 40 acres of expansion, the zoological areas “Dolphin Island”, “Pinniped Bay”, “The Forest of Parrots”. “,” The Paw Friends Area “,” La Passeggiata dei Laghetti “where it is possible to admire educational demonstrations of dolphins, seals and sea lions, tropical and aquatic birds.And again, acrobatic shows, swimming pools, mechanical attractions. [TUTTE LE INFORMAZIONI]

Educational activities and visits for children

Cicero in Rome also organizes in the third weekend of June interesting activities for the little ones. Especially Saturday the 11th and Sunday the 12th of June, guided tours and treasure hunts are planned for children aged 2 to 11 years. Among the planned activities: “Didactic treasure hunt in Villa Borghese”, “Oh what a beautiful castle! Baby treasure hunt in the garden of Castel Sant’Angelo”, “Ghosts, spirits and Satanassi in Rome. Guided tour and educational activities”. [TUTTE LE INFORMAZIONI]

Let’s now look at some events suitable for children, promoted by Roma culture:

At the Globe with mom and dad

At the Gigi Proietti Globe Theater Silvano Toti, for the review Al Globe with mom and dad, Saturday the 18th and Sunday the 19th of June at 11:00 was the show Riccardino III, written and directed by Gigi Palla, a funny comedy set in London in 1450, is the rematch, which will involve the public of the youngest and make them reflect on important topics such as loyalty, honesty and importance of commitment to achieve their goals. The show is suitable for everyone and for children aged 4-11 years. Tickets online at https://www.ticketone.it

Exhibition and workshop at Casa delle Civette

The didactic laboratory and card game Nature Challenge for children and 7-15 year olds. For info and reservations: redazione@pandion.it – ​​335.6874471.

Animated tour of the Palazzo delle Esposizioni

At the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, as part of the exhibition Video makes happy. Video art in Italy, Sunday 19 May at 11:00, the animated path for children aged 7 to 11 years is planned, to learn the history of video art in Italy, its development and its main characters (booking on the website www.palazzoesposizioni. It). In the context of the exhibition, Looking is a game. The photo books by Tana Hoban dedicated to the American artist, photographer and filmmaker, Tuesday, June 21 at. 11, on the program Looks into the world, visits and workshops for families with 3-6 year old children. Reservation required: https://ecm.coopculture.it.

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