Are you looking for a unique Vatican tour with your family? For families travelling to Rome in the summer months our Vatican Night Tour for kids might be just what you’re looking for.
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During summer the Vatican Museums offer a special after dark opening on Friday nights. For families looking for a private tour of the Vatican away from the crowds and the heat of the day a kids tour of the Vatican at night is a great option! Visitors are given the unique opportunity to visit the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel after the official closing time. Our Vatican By Night Tour for kids is the ideal Vatican Tour for families with children, especially teens and older children. Perhaps you’re worried about rousing your teenagers at the break of dawn to join our early entrance Vatican tour for kids! Luckily the kids tour of the Vatican at night will still help you to beat the crowds of the day and the blistering summer sun.
With our Vatican night tour for kids, you will be able to enter with skip the line tickets, thus maximizing your time and avoiding the long line of people waiting outside. Did you know that at peak times the line to enter the Vatican can be 2 or even 3 hours long?! Plus, you will avoid the heat of daytime. Last but not least, you will visit the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel with less people around. All these factors will make a kids tour of the Vatican at night an unforgettable and enjoyable experience for you and your children.
For our 3-hour Vatican By Night Tour you will have a child-friendly private guide completely at your disposal. The itinerary of the tour will include family-orientated highlights of the Vatican galleries, such as the Gallery of the Tapestries and the Gallery of the Maps, where your kids will learn about Italian geography, especially in the Renaissance period. Your kids will be fascinated to learn how the Italian peninsula has changed and unified over time. Did you know that until the invention of the television the Italian language was made up of dialects so different that people from different regions often couldn’t understand one another?! Next on our Vatican night tour for kids you will step inside Michelangelo’s breathtaking Sistine Chapel.
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: Please must make sure they can cover their knees and shoulders. Entry might be refused in the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Church, if you fail to follow the Vatican's dress code.