Our best-selling Vatican tour for kids, your family will be in safe hands as you discover the Vatican with a child-friendly private guide.
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Choose our Best of the Vatican Tour for Kids and live a memorable, funny experience with your family. Visiting the Vatican with kids can feel overwhelming. The volume of things to view and learn about in the Vatican may be too much for adults, let alone for the little ones. For many a trip to the Vatican is a once in a lifetime experience and you surely want to make sure that this adventure is fun for the whole family.
Avoid boredom or breakdowns with this family-oriented tour of the Vatican. You will discover all Vatican must-sees in just 3 hours, accompanied by a child-friendly guide, who knows how to arouse your kids’ interest and let them learn whilst having fun. You will enter the Vatican Museums with our pre-purchased skip-the-line tickets (who wants to wait in line for hours?!) and walk along the Vatican Galleries, enter the world-renowned Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica.
During the tour our private guide will use many visual aids and the iPad to entertain your kids teaching them art and ancient mythology. During the tour you will admire the artworks in the Vatican galleries, learning lots of stuff about the Vatican city and the lives of Popes, but also about the biggest ancient civilization: Etruscan, Roman, Greek and even Egyptian! The several statues, paintings and symbols hosted inside hide many stories and legends that were told by the old great civilizations. During the tour your guide will show your kids the sculpture group of the Laocoon, the Apollo of Belvedere and will let you inside the Egyptian Museum: pop your head in to see real mummies, sarcophagi, canopic jars and statues! A favourite with children is also the huge bathtub of Emperor Nero, made with precious and hard to cut red porphyry, which will be the perfect chance for the guide to talk a little about Roman civilization. Also unmissable in any tour for kids in the Vatican are the galleries of the Candelabra and of the Tapestries, as well as the Gallery of the Maps, which contains detailed, frescoed maps of all Italy’s region. By now you have almost reached one of the attractions people come to see from all over the world: the Sistine Chapel, with the wonderful ceiling and frescoes by Michelangelo, depicting scene from the “Last Judgment”. The last attraction on your itinerary will be the holiest place in the Christian world: St. Peter’s Basilica. Wander inside the cathedral with your guide and finish your tour going out onto the huge St. Peter’s Square, surrounded by Bernini’s colonnade.
In front of the entrance to the Vatican Museums, by the marble arch at the bottom of the steps.
PLEASE NOTE: in case the Basilica of St. Peter is closed for religious functions, you will spend longer time in the Vatican galleries with your private guide. The Basilica is a Church and as such the Vatican can decide to use it for religious functions without notice.
DRESS CODE: Shoulders and knees must be covered for the visit of the Sistine Chapel and St Peter's Basilica. Entry might be refused if you fail to follow the Vatican's dress code.