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It was a fun introduction and staff was really friendly. Don't expect to much of the graphics. It looks a little bit like you're playing a Nintendo 64 or playstation 1 game. You also won't go inside the colloseum with the VR glasses. You do the edperience outside and then you receive a ticket to go in on your own. We booked an "upgrade" on the spot for 5 euro p.p. to go inside the colloseum with a guide. We had to wait for a little while for her to get ready, she wasn't extremely knowledgeable and we were inside for a rather short time. No regrets whatsoever. It was fun thing to do and something different!

The VR was the best part of the whole experience. The guides We're working hard to give us a great time in what was a really horrible experience. There are just too many people there, even with the line skip we waited over 30 mins and we were only in the coleseum for 20. They need to restrict the numbers. But these guides did their best and we got a lot out of the VR experience.

Although this is not one of the most famous places in Rome, it is definetelly very interesting and one of our besr experiences until now. It is full with machines and paintings, which are explained in details by the audio guide. The audio guide is in several languages and very clear and professional.

Rome: Leonardo Da Vinci Exhibition Ticket Reviewed by Anonymous, 26/12/2019

Being disabled and in an electric scooter I was very disappointed to find there is no disabled access to the modern art section. As I am a great fan of many of the artists please can I ask when this will be rectified.

Rome: Leonardo Da Vinci Exhibition Ticket Reviewed by Anonymous, 12/02/2020

Nicely paced tour. Games and puzzles for adults and children, ages 3,6,10. Very educational. Alex did a good job of avoiding crowds. Kids really enjoyed the marble game.

Colosseum and Ancient Rome Family Tour for Kids Reviewed by Dennis, 02/10/2019