Dating back to 1953, the Luneur has been for many decades the only amusement park and arcade of Rome, and the oldest in Italy!
Like most tourist destinations, even Rome has its very own waxwork museum. And you’re bound to walk by it sooner rather than later!
The number of expats in Rome is so high that they need constant source of entertainment as to not feel left out from the current cultural scene - it’s only obvious.
So most cinema circuits in Rome routinely include showings in English for the most anticipated movies of the season. You won’t be able to see every single title coming out, that is, but if you’re after a blockbuster or a very well received new opening, chances are you can see it with your kids right in the city!
In the historical site that is the Villa Torlonia park (once the mansion of the Mussolini family), one of the buildings of the Villa hosts Technotown.
This is a kind of unique space in Rome, in that it pushes kids to experience every kind of available technology, from programming to multimedia, from robotics to graphics.