- 3D ride on the Time Elevator Rome
- Multi-sensory simulated time travel from the birth of Rome to today
- Meet Romulus and Remus, Brutus and Caesar, Michelangelo and the Popes
- Panoramic screens, moving platforms and individual headsets
What You Can Expect
Your seat is part of a moving platform that together with special effects and surround sound creates a multisensory journey from 773 BC to today. Travel to the glory days of the Roman Empire; eavesdrop on Brutus as he plots to kill Julius Caesar; learn about Romulus and Remus and the legend of the foundation of Rome; and stop by the Renaissance with its art and architecture icons. Move into the 20th century, and then finish with an aerial view of present-day Rome.
Personal headsets for this experience are provided in English, German, Spanish, French, Italian and Russian.
Great way to start a trip by learning a little bit about the city. I recommend doing this as one of your first activities when you arrive.
definitely worth seeing. only 45 mins so wont take up too much time and gives a good history of rome esp for the kidd.
wasn't sure about this experience considering the price, but was really worth it! Enjoyable hour and fun way to learn
This was a fun and educational experience, loved it.
Very interesting and fun. Worthwhile doing if you are in Rome. Looks at the history in a snapshot and take you through the stages of the roman empires.
Funny and fun. My 12 year old boy enjoyed it greatly and so did I! Great inteoduction to the amazing history of Rome!
Highly recommended for families. Great introduction to Rome for kids, animated and interesting. I did it straight away on the first day and it gave children taste for what they would like to see and do.
Very fun to do. We took our three kids 11 9 and 8 as the very first thing to do in rome. It was a great idea as they understood the sites we visited during our stay.
Took our 8 yo son to this and he loved it! It's a great way to introduce yourself to the history of Rome in a fun way.
This was a well organised and exciting event in our roman trip that helped us quickly take in some snapshots of Roman history in a way that my daughter found enjoyable.