See the Pantheon – an ancient religious building located on Piazza della Rotonda (Rome), built in the first century BC – in a semi-private tour (2 families max.) especially designed for kids and adults ! Take a guided tour of the Pantheon, and have the greatest gelato -Italian ice cream – with your family!
Discover the highlights of the Pantheon – originally, a temple dedicated to all the deities of the ancient religion, before becoming a Christian church, in the seventh century – and taste Gelato, the famous Italian ice-cream !
Experience the Roman Pantheon with a private guide dedicated to you and your family. The vast dome measures 43 meters (141 feet) in diameter. A single opening at the center of the dome allows light to filter through !
After that, go taste the famous Italian Gelato.
If you travel to Rome with children, visiting only churches can quickly be boring to them. The Pantheon, on the other hand, is a marvel of engineering and architecture that will amaze even the youngest of children.
The structure consists of a series of intersecting arches. The height of the interior and the diameter of the dome are the same, meaning that a sphere with a diameter of 43 meters could be perfectly integrated inside. The main source of light for the entire building is the oculus, the round hole at the very top of the dome. When it rains, the water flows out through drainage pipes installed under the floor.
Project yourself 2000 years into the past and imagine all the religious ceremonies, dedicated to the gods of antiquity, that took place in the Pantheon. At the time of its construction, erecting a concrete dome in one piece was a real achievement. Thus, this tour is also an opportunity for children and teenagers to discover the technical and artistic mastery of the Romans.
After your visit, try one of the sweetest things in Italy : without a doubt, the gelato!
If you like ice cream in all its forms, Italians have done something magical with their version., it’s the Gelato.
|Weekly starting hours|
|Monday||10.00 - 14.00|
|Tuesday||10.00 - 14.00|
|Wednesday||10.00 - 14.00|
|Thursday||10.00 - 14.00|
|Friday||10.00 - 14.00|
|Saturday||10.00 - 14.00|
|Sunday||10.00 - 14.00|
City and country of tour : Rome, Italy