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Time Elevator Rome 3-D Movie and Simulated Ride

Time Elevator Rome 3-D Movie and Simulated Ride - Rome, Italy
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Duration: 45 minutes
Location: Rome, Italy

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$14.39

Time Elevator Rome combines education and entertainment in such a unique way that you will not seen Rome the same again. This is an amazing multi-sensory attraction where you'll Voyage through 3000 years of Roman history, from Romolus and Remus up to the present day in just 45 minutes.

You will experience a simulated ride where you will travel through the rich history of Rome ... More info ›

Time Elevator Rome combines education and entertainment in such a unique way that you will not seen Rome the same again. This is an amazing multi-sensory attraction where you'll Voyage through 3000 years of Roman history, from Romolus and Remus up to the present day in just 45 minutes.

You will experience a simulated ride where you will travel through the rich history of Rome. Starting with its foundation, through the glorious days of the ancient Roman empire, the Renaissance with its masterpieces of architecture and art, the events of the 20th century, culminating in an aerial flight over the Rome of today.

Your flight simulator has 3 panoramic screens, seats on special moving platforms, individual surround sound headsets (available in English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Russian), for you to feel part of the action while listening to Brutus plotting to kill Caesar

Time Elevator Rome is created as a Time Machine that allows you to travel back to the 773 B.C. and to return to modern age through time.

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Experience the Past Present Future of Video Games at Vigamus - The Video Game Museum of Rome

Experience the Past Present Future of Video Games at Vigamus - The Video Game Museum of Rome - Rome, Italy

Duration: Flexible
Location: Rome, Italy

From USD
$11.39

VIGAMUS, located in the heart of Rome, is the only Italian Game Museum. A modern and avant-garde structure, in which visitors can immerse themselves in the history of games, discovering the myths and legends behind them, and learning about the history of the visionary creators through thematic and interactive tours.

From the classics of the past, to the unique pieces given by the industry celebrities, as the the original Space Invaders coin-op and Doom Master Disks, visitors will discover the evolution of a young and ever changing art form ... More info ›

VIGAMUS, located in the heart of Rome, is the only Italian Game Museum. A modern and avant-garde structure, in which visitors can immerse themselves in the history of games, discovering the myths and legends behind them, and learning about the history of the visionary creators through thematic and interactive tours.

From the classics of the past, to the unique pieces given by the industry celebrities, as the the original Space Invaders coin-op and Doom Master Disks, visitors will discover the evolution of a young and ever changing art form.
From the timeless bonds of the Golden Age, to the 90s arcade kings, up to the Assassin's Creed special area, visitors can experience firsthand the titles that have made the history of games and the great modern series in more than 55 interactive stations.

From Year Zero video game virtual reality: only at VIGAMUS in the oculus room, the only permanent room in the world dedicated to the revolutionary Oculus Rift device, visitors can experience the thrill of wearing the visor, discovering what it means to immerse themselves in the virtual world of its favorite video games.
From Legend to reality: with reperts symbol of the video game crysis: VIGAMUS, the Video Game Museum of Rome, was the first institution in the world to receive from the City of Alamogordo the legendary Atari cartridges unearthed from the desert of New Mexico.
The exhibition E.T. The Fall. Atari's Buried Treasures allows visitors to discover one of the most fascinating legends ever known in the history of video games, among the objects found in the excavations of the desert of New Mexico, donated to the Italian Video Game museum in world preview.
Thanks to the permanent exhibition and a series of temporary exhibitions and installations, VIGAMUS tells the evolution of an amazing and wonderful world as that of video games, in an accessible way for those who approach it for the first time, and a exciting one for those who already love it. The structure is located in via Sabotino 4, and is easily accessible via the Metro A (Battistini direction) stop Lepanto.

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Papal audience ticket with Italian breakfast and transfer from Hotel

Papal audience ticket with Italian breakfast and transfer from Hotel - Rome, Italy

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Rome, Italy

From USD
$71.96

Take part in a unique experience, meet Pope Francis at St. Peter!

Take part to the 4 hours papal audience in Vatican City and watch how the Pope delivers his messages and offers blessings.
The Papal Audiences are scheduled, according with the agend of the Pope, each wednesday. 
You will meet your driver at your accommodation and, after an Italian breakfast with cappuccino and cornetto, he will give you  your ticket to partecipate at a very special event and he will drive you to join Pope Francis either outdoors in in St Peter's Square or in the nearby Nervi Hall, depending on the weather, during his papal audience in Vatican City.
Immediately after booking the tickets, you must reconfirm your ticket using the phone number provided on your confirmation voucher ... More info ›

Take part in a unique experience, meet Pope Francis at St. Peter!

Take part to the 4 hours papal audience in Vatican City and watch how the Pope delivers his messages and offers blessings.
The Papal Audiences are scheduled, according with the agend of the Pope, each wednesday. 
You will meet your driver at your accommodation and, after an Italian breakfast with cappuccino and cornetto, he will give you  your ticket to partecipate at a very special event and he will drive you to join Pope Francis either outdoors in in St Peter's Square or in the nearby Nervi Hall, depending on the weather, during his papal audience in Vatican City.
Immediately after booking the tickets, you must reconfirm your ticket using the phone number provided on your confirmation voucher. It is very important to confirm your ticket in order to avoid inconveniences with the Vatican City.

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Castel Sant'Angelo National Museum Ticket in Rome

Castel Sant'Angelo National Museum Ticket in Rome - Rome, Italy
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Rome, Italy

From USD
$19.20

Visit Castel Sant'Angelo – archaeological site and museum, with a past as fortress, prison, and papal residence – site of episodes of great artistic and historical importance. The National Museum of Castel Sant'Angelo is home to numerous collections, which are largely accessible to the general public, including furniture, furnishings, and precious sculpture and paintings.

Built around 123 A.D ... More info ›

Visit Castel Sant'Angelo – archaeological site and museum, with a past as fortress, prison, and papal residence – site of episodes of great artistic and historical importance. The National Museum of Castel Sant'Angelo is home to numerous collections, which are largely accessible to the general public, including furniture, furnishings, and precious sculpture and paintings.

Built around 123 A.D. as a tomb for Emperor Hadrian and his family, Castel Sant'Angelo has had an atypical destiny. While all the other Roman monuments were swept away, reduced to ruins, or used as “quarries” to be recycled into new, modern buildings, Castel Sant'Angelo – through an uninterrupted series of developments and transformations that seem to slip into each other with seamlessly continuity – accompanies almost two thousand years of the fate and history of Rome.
Its proximity to Saint Peter's Basilica, plus its strategic position at the north entrance of the city and its closed and imposing body, made Castel Sant'Angelo center of political interests

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Palazzo Barberini National Gallery of Ancient Art

Palazzo Barberini National Gallery of Ancient Art - Rome, Italy

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Rome, Italy

From USD
$14.39

Discover the splendor of Palazzo Barberini – the newfound magnificence of the Baroque palace and the treasures of the National Gallery of Ancient Art that houses a permanent collection of about 500 works in 34 rooms.

Masterpieces by the great masters of Italian and foreign painting, including Raphael and Caravaggio, and 18th century works that had long been stored for lack of space are now on view. They include works by Batoni, Mengs, van Wittel, Canaletto and Carriera.
Follow the itinerary that ends in the splendid Hall of Columns with the great fountain of Bacchus and naturalistic decorations that seem to reflect the adjacent gardens ... More info ›

Discover the splendor of Palazzo Barberini – the newfound magnificence of the Baroque palace and the treasures of the National Gallery of Ancient Art that houses a permanent collection of about 500 works in 34 rooms.

Masterpieces by the great masters of Italian and foreign painting, including Raphael and Caravaggio, and 18th century works that had long been stored for lack of space are now on view. They include works by Batoni, Mengs, van Wittel, Canaletto and Carriera.
Follow the itinerary that ends in the splendid Hall of Columns with the great fountain of Bacchus and naturalistic decorations that seem to reflect the adjacent gardens. This gem, which was hidden for over 50 years by the Circolo Ufficiali (military club), which used it as kitchens and for food storage, has been opened to the public after a fine restoration by Laura Cherubini.

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National Roman Museum Combo Ticket

National Roman Museum Combo Ticket - Rome, Italy
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Rome, Italy

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$19.37

Spread over several buildings, including the  Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, the Crypta Balbi, and the Diocletian Baths, the Roman National Museum preserves the world’s greatest collection of Greco-Roman art. Your combo ticket is valid for three days and gives you access to all connected museums ... More info ›

Spread over several buildings, including the  Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, the Crypta Balbi, and the Diocletian Baths, the Roman National Museum preserves the world’s greatest collection of Greco-Roman art. Your combo ticket is valid for three days and gives you access to all connected museums.

Ticket valid for 3 days for Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, Crypta Balbi and Terme di Diocleziano

Spread across four different sites, the National Roman Museum isn’t just a must-see for visitors to the Italian capital – it’s home to the world’s greatest collection of Greco-Roman art. With this combo ticket, valid for eight days, you’ll enjoy skip-the-line access at all four branches.

The Palazzo Massimo location of the museum, housed in a 19th-century Neo-Renaissance palace, showcases a collection of Greco-Roman sculptures, frescoes, mosaics and numismatics across four floors. The Palazzo Altemps branch, meanwhile, offers you the chance to see the famous Boncompagni-Ludovisi sculpture collection, as well as a range of Egyptian artifacts.

The stunningly preserved, imperial Baths of Diocletian are also accessible with a combo ticket, as is the Crypta Balbi. A striking venue, the Crypta Balbi offers up museum exhibitions as well as the chance to visit its excavated, basement crypt. Together, the four branches present a compelling view of Ancient Rome; a combo ticket is the best and more flexible way to see them all.

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